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In my last Blog I talked about the intense summer heat in London. It was the kiss of death. It’s been raining since. The atypical mid-year weather is not confined to the UK, however. News reaches The Moodie Blog that even normally temperate Scandinavia has been sweltering through much of July.
So much so that Copenhagen Airports (CPH), operator of Denmark’s major gateway, decided to help its travelling guests cope while adding a little local flavour. From Thomas Hoff Andersson, Director of Passenger Services, Terminal & Landside Operations comes this great image.
He notes, “Flexibility and the ability to capture the moment. Currently, we are experiencing one of the hottest summers ever in Scandinavia – so our commercial team makes sure everyone can enjoy an ice cold treat. Nothing less than brilliant. For the next five weeks we offer gourmet ice cream for our beloved passengers between pier B and C.”
Beloved passengers. Not a bad addition to airport parlance is it? Especially when accompanied by what I call a truly cool airport initiative.