As of this week, Apple Watch users can download Schiphol Airport‘s newly created app. This innovative application lets travelers conveniently access real-time flight information directly from their wristwatch. This includes essential details such as departure and arrival times, gate and departure hall locations, and the current status of their flight.…
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport has published its preliminary traffic figures for last year. In 2023, nearly 61.7 million travelers took flights, with 39.1 million flying directly to or from Schiphol. Approximately 36% of these travelers had connecting flights at the airport, including over 11 million unique transfer passengers. It’s worth noting…
This Tuesday, the Dutch government delayed its experimental rule restricting flights at Schiphol Airport for next summer. While this is a welcome announcement for airlines, Schiphol raised concerns that the decision leads to “uncertainty.” In a letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Minister of Infrastructure and…
Effective from the 31st of March, 2024, Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport will reduce its capacity for private jets. This limit is included in the latest capacity declaration. The declaration defines the flight capacity at Schiphol for the summer season of 2024. Furthermore, in line with the Dutch government’s experimental scheme, the number of approved flights at the airport will be cutback.
n a recent move to transform baggage handling, Schiphol, in collaboration with its six baggage handlers – KLM, Aviapartner, dnata, Menzies, Swissport, and Viggo – is ensuring employee welfare in the baggage halls.
Schiphol is rapidly positioning itself at the lead of sustainable travel solutions. The airport’s current construction of a state-of-the-art car rental hub is a testament to this commitment. It will offer an unprecedented opportunity for travelers to rent electric vehicles (EVs).
Schiphol’s figures underline its pivotal role in European and global air travel as travel demands evolve. While the cargo figures have room for improvement, the overall stats indicate a bustling, thriving airport ready to meet the world’s travel and transport needs.
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA), European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), and European Regions Airline Association (ERA) have expressed concern over the proposed cuts to flight numbers at Schiphol Airport.
In the first half of 2023, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport embarked on a notable turnaround journey, positively impacting its passengers, employees, and future strategic initiatives. The period saw passengers again enjoying a satisfactory travel experience while the airport redoubled its efforts to enhance the working environment.