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Staff predict a deluge of visitors arriving in Copenhagen this summer, but the airport says its ready for all comers now that it's expansions have been completed. This year should see a continue in the increase in worldwide travel as the world shakes off the last lingering effects of the Great Recession, and that means that Copenhagen's going to be hot for tourism again.
Copenhagen Airport is gearing up for a its busiest ever summer.
About 6.6 million passengers are expected to pass through the airport with that number peaking tomorrow, with more than 88,000 passengers.
This summer will be unusually busy, with as many as 25 days seeing passenger numbers rounding 80,000. That may seem overwhelming and stressful.
Copenhagen Airport’s passenger manager, Marie-Louise Lotz, said: “We recently completed an expansion of Terminal 2, adding 1,400 more square metres, 16 new check-in kiosks and 12 new check-in desks, so we have far more space and facilities for all the passengers we'll be seeing.
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