Tag: Thomas Woldbye

Heathrow breaks 12-month record with 81m passengers

More people than ever before are choosing to travel through Heathrow. The UK’s hub airport served a record-breaking 81.5m passengers in the 12 months to May. The milestone was reached as airport teams welcomed 7.2m passengers last month, the first time May traffic has ever exceeded 7m. Heath...

March passengers help Heathrow hit second record breaking month in a row

Nearly seven million people travelled through Heathrow in March, making it the second month in a row the airport served a record number of passengers this year. 936,000 passengers took advantage of the bank holiday making it Heathrows busiest Easter weekend ever and Good Friday was the busiest ev...

Heathrow announces changes to their executive team

Heathrow has announced several changes to their executive team as they move forward with the next chapter of their strategy "to be an extraordinary airport". After 15 years at Heathrow, Chief Operating Officer (COO), Emma Gilthorpe, has decided to leave Heathrow and will be taking on the role as ...

Inaugural guidance on Open Architecture for Airport Security Systems

ACI EUROPE (Airports Council International), the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the European Organisation for Security (EOS), AVINOR and Heathrow Airport today released initial guidance on Open Architecture for Airport Security Systems1. This guidance seeks to provide the path ...

Heathrow’s new CEO plans stronger hub for UK

Thomas Woldbye has officially taken the helm of the UK’s hub airport this morning following the departure of former CEO John Holland-Kaye. As a champion of passenger service, sustainability and growth, Thomas’s arrival opens a new chapter in Heathrow’s story after a decade of transformation...

Thomas Woldbye appointed as new Heathrow CEO

The Board of Heathrow Airport has confirmed the appointment of Thomas Woldbye, currently the boss of Copenhagen Airport, as the person to replace John Holland-Kaye when he steps down later this year after nearly 10 years in post.  Following an extensive recruitment process, Thomas emerged as the s...

Ethiopian to start passenger service to Copenhagen

Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s leading carrier, is set to launch a new passenger flight to Copenhagen, Denmark as of 22nd of May 2023. The new flight will be operated five times a week except on Tuesdays and Sundays. Regarding the new flight, Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Mr Mesfin Tasew said, ...

Copenhagen Airport launches cost-cutting programme

Copenhagen Airport launches cost-cutting programme

As SAS and other airlines have sharply reduced their services in and out of Copenhagen Airport (CPH) on account of the current health crisis, CPH is preparing to cut back operations substantially during the upcoming period.           Over the p...

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