Copenhagen, speaks of strong recovery for S22
Like the rest of the aviation world, CPH has experienced some tough times in the past couple of years! Thankfully, things are now looking increasingly positive!
In S22 we are expecting to see around 83% of S19 seats on sale states Simon Nathan, Senior Manager Commercial Strategy, and Route Development.
Our recovery is hand in hand with strong recovery by airlines who had a big presence in CPH before the pandemic.
SAS have rebuilt their hub network, and have focussed intercon traffic, especially to North America. They’re even adding a new route to Toronto from June, with their new A321LR’s.
We also get to welcome back Air Canada to Toronto, Delta to JFK, and Royal Jordanian to Amman for the long-haul market. Of course, the short haul heavy hitters of Norwegian, Ryanair and easyJet have really ramped up schedules and seats in expectation of a bumper summer.
Vueling are putting in more seats than ever and will be opening a new route to Bilbao in June which shows the attractiveness of the CPH markets.
Corendon Airlines have decided to launch a new base in CPH offering 15 new routes, including 6 new destinations, Nathan continues.
Even though we’ve seen such a strong recovery, we’re not sitting around. There’s plenty more scope for growth, and CPH has many opportunities with strong business cases for airlines wishing to successfully grow traffic. The Route Development Team in CPH are always available to discuss specific opportunities in detail Nathan concludes.