A further €268M has been put into the ongoing Copenhagen Airport expansion.
Set aside to “expand and improve” the current terminal and facilities at the airport, the investment follows a €200M upgrade to the airport’s security.
Copenhagen Airports CEO Thomas Woldbye said that the expansion was “critical” to the future of the airport.
“We have to go back to the end of the 1990s to find an equivalent level of investment in the airport,” Woldbye said. “We have an ambitious expansion plan in place – Expanding CPH – and have chosen to further increase the pace of investment this year.
“This means that we’ll complete the major expansion of Terminal 2 airside and construction of a walkway from the metro station to security. The new Pier E is another major construction project, and here we’ve expanded the scope to include construction of a brand-new building for passport control and even more aircraft stands and gates, predominantly for the large long-haul aircraft.”
Copenhagen Airport has expanded the scope of its expansion to include the construction of a building for passport control as well as creating more aircraft stands and gates for large long-haul aircraft.