Copenhagen Airport opens ‘CPH Ideas’ portal to the future

By Charlotte Turner |

Copenhagen Airport is now asking people to send in suggestions on which shops, restaurants and other facilities should be part of the airport of the future, via a new portal ‘CPH Ideas’, where people are encouraged to submit their ideas.

 

The suggestions that get the most votes will be evaluated by Copenhagen Airport with a view to incorporating them in the airport of the future.

 

“Each year, we make more than 100,000 passenger interviews, so we are already evaluating their views on the existing airport,” said Karen Bender, E-Commerce & Marketing Director for Copenhagen Airport.

 

“But we would also like to know more about what they are missing at Copenhagen Airport and get their ideas for new odd, fun or different facilities that they may have come across in other parts of the world. It does not have to be at an airport. It may be at a camp-site or a luxury hotel, as long as it would contribute to making Copenhagen Airport a more exciting place to travel to or from,”

 

Copenhagen Airport wants to retain its position as the preferred hub in northern Europe. Consequently, it is necessary for the airport to grow to create space for almost twice as many passengers over the next few decades. In step with the expansion, there will be space for a number of new facilities not currently available at the airport. Copenhagen Airport already has plans for where the gates, lounges and terminal buildings are to be placed, so it is the more creative ideas Copenhagen Airport hopes to receive via the ‘CPH Ideas’ portal.

 

The name ‘CPH Ideas’ has been created by facebook fans of Copenhagen Airport, i.e. people who have already become involved in the airport of the future. Anyone can submit ideas and see which ideas get the most votes at: https://expanding.cph.dk/cphideas/

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