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.
During the first half (H1) of this year, a record-breaking 14.5 million people travelled through Copenhagen Airport, up 3.1 percent from the same period in 2017, with the long-haul routes in particular experiencing growth.
Moldovan low-cost airline Wizz Air (WIZZ) announced a 68 percent increase of its Chisinau operations adding a second Airbus A320 aircraft at its local base in December.
To tap into increasing interest, B2B cruise network CruiseCopenhagen arranged its first fam trip purely on Danish soil, taking industry stakeholders to visit eight different Danish ports.
The first Norwegian flight was welcomed at Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) on May 08, marking the start of bi-weekly flights between Amman and Copenhagen.
Norwegian has put on sale extra flights between Dublin and Copenhagen on November 10 -12, to help football fans planning to travel to the World Cup qualifying match between Ireland and Denmark on November 11.
From October, Scandinavian Airlines' (SAS) new direct service between Stockholm and Miami will take off, due to depart once a week on Sundays.
Experts say the Danish capital has seen a rise in culinary tourism lead by Michelin-star restaurants and food festivals alike.
WITH A VIBRANT GOURMET SCENE THAT HAS FOREVER CHANGED THE GAME, THE DANISH CAPITAL CONTINUES TO ENDEAVOUR FOR MORE.