The initiative by Heinemann and OceanCare wants to draw the attention of travellers from all over the world to the issue of plastic pollution.
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The Digital Twin concept gives an airport operator the chance to make decisions within a data model, analyse the outcome and optimise the result. Are you using it yet?
As passenger numbers at Copenhagen Airport continue to rise, it is reassuring to see that satisfaction is at a record high too - 87 per cent of passengers are satisfied or very satisfied with the airport.
Traffic at Copenhagen Airport in June 2019 has tied with last year's record of almost three million passengers passing through the terminals.
A number of European airports have entered an agreement to comply with the Paris Accord, thereby committing to becoming emission-free by 2050 at the latest.
Lars Aspelund Faurschou, Head of Airside Support at Copenhagen Airports A/S, explains how an all departments method is the best way to tackle to frequent and sometimes sudden winter weather that impacts Copenhagen Airport.
While 6.3 million passengers travel through Copenhagen Airport, the airport launches a new climate strategy and continues its expansion projects.
As passenger numbers at Copenhagen Airport continue to increase, the airport is now accelerating its climate ambitions to mitigate the wider effect of this increase.
Training aircraft firefighters for any eventuality is integral to the safety of passengers and crew on the aircraft, and although serious incidents are rare, these skills can be transferred to water rescues; increasing the chances of survival. Kim Olsen, Copenhagen Airport, tells us more.
Information in the aviation industry is the richest tool, but when mishandled it can become the greatest weapon. Christian Poulsen, Vice President of Assets and Technology at Copenhagen Airports, reveals how the airport operator has invested in System Wide Information Management to streamline the use of data within its organisations.
As winter weather becomes increasingly unpredictable, airport winter operations teams need to ensure they have the ability and provision to keep the airport running as smoothly and seamlessly as possible. This In-Depth Focus examines the ways airports can ensure they are adaptable and prepared for all eventualities.
The Danish aviation industry will work together and come up with a climate initiative, which is aimed at reducing carbon emissions caused by air traffic.
Construction of a new pharma facility at Copenhagen Airport will begin in April, with temperature-controlled facilities for a wide range of pharma products.
Passengers at Copenhagen Airport will be trialling new security features to ensure the longevity of the new technology, which will enable passengers to leave liquids in hand luggage.