CruiseCopenhagen aims to contribute to sustainable growth with new 2024 strategy. The framework of the strategy is the UN Sustainable Development Goals, ensuring that sustainability is a central factor of the strategy. The framework of the strategy is the UN Sustainable Development Goals, ensuring that sustainability is a central factor of the strategy.
On October 03, Ryanair had launched its Liverpool Summer 2019 (S2019) schedule with three new routes to Paphos, Copenhagen and Corfu, and 34 routes in total.
South African Tourism (SA Tourism) is planning its second annual Nordic region roadshow in October.
SAS has revealed their new winter programme which features new routes and more frequent departures for all of Scandinavia, domestic, intra-Scandinavian, European and intercontinental.
Strengthening its ties in the region, Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA) opened its first international representation office in the Nordics.
A guest satisfaction survey conducted by CruiseCopenhagen and Stromma showed that no less than 97.1 percent of cruise guests were satisfied or very satisfied with their stay in Copenhagen.
Denmark is on route to set a cruising-record during the upcoming cruise season as Danish cruise ports expect more than one million guests this year, along with a EUR200 million turnaround.
Copenhagen Airport reported a busy 2017, with more than 29.2 million people passing through its terminals.
Croatia Airlines is expanding its European network with three new routes to Dublin, Munich and Copenhagen.