© 2022 Business Travel News Ltd.

Article from BTNews 15 SEPTEMBER 2014

Copenhagen Airport adds Regus

Following the successful opening of the Regus Express executive lounge at Heathrow T5 (See  1  September), the global workplace provider is to open a drop-in business centre at Copenhagen Airport.  As well as helping business travellers to meet and work, it will enable arriving long haul passengers to shower and grab breakfast before heading to meetings.
The Regus Express hub will be located pre-security in the Arrivals and Departures hall, maximising access for travellers.  Facilities will include open-plan and private work areas, meeting spaces, office support, showers and refreshments.

Clearly demand for mobile workplaces is increasing as business people’s lives become more flexible.  Regus is leading the trend with Heathrow and deals signed for Gatwick and Birmingham airports.  Regus also has centres at Amsterdam Schipol and Brussels airports.

Copenhagen Airport is a strong business destination as the gateway of Northern Europe with more than 24m passengers a year, explains Thomas Woldbye, the airport CEO: “The opening of a Regus drop-in business centre is in line with our World Class Hub Strategy to attract commercial development and further develop our hub as a business destination.  The Regus centre will amplify existing products as well as adding innovative and new offers and services primarily to our business travellers.”   www.regus.com www.cph.dk/en

Index/Home page

OUR READERS' FINEST WORDS (All times and dates are GMT)

All comments are filtered to exclude any excesses but the Editor does not have to agree with what is being said. 100 words maximum