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10 September 2018 | By Veovo
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol´s investment in Veovo Guest Predictability technology has resulted in some significant and positive changes to the way Schiphol understands passenger movement and has led to considerable experiential improvements...
4 February 2021 | By Robin Radar Systems
More airports are introducing innovative measures to mitigate bird strikes. See how Schiphol in Amsterdam uses avian radar to tackle the risk.
15 November 2022 | By International Airport Review
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has launched its online platform, Work at Schiphol, to leverage the different kinds of job opportunities and roles available at the airport.
3 December 2008 | By Ad Rutten, Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer, Schiphol Group
On 28 April 1967, the then reigning Queen Juliana of the Netherlands opened the new Amsterdam Airport Schiphol: Schiphol-Centre. With its tangential runway system comprising four runways for take-offs and landings, its ‘one terminal’ concept with (at that time) three piers – each one complete with passenger bridges – its…
5 January 2023 | By Lily Mae Pacey (International Airport Review)
Anne Marie van Hemert, Head of Aviation Business Development, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport spoke with International Airport Review’s Editorial Assistant, Lily Mae Pacey during Routes Europe 2022 in Bergen. Together they discussed the dominant role cargo operations played during and post-pandemic recovery, as well as how sustainability and digitalisation combined will…
5 March 2018 | By International Airport Review
With over 320 destinations served by 111 airlines, Schiphol Airport’s network is huge. Despite in 2017 welcoming 68.4 million travellers at Schiphol, with numbers still rising, the airport must do more to develop. Ahead of groundbreaking in early-2019 for construction of a new pier, followed by a new terminal, Charles…
8 March 2019 | By Denise Pronk | Head of Sustainability at Royal Schiphol Group
In the first of a new series examining how the airport and aviation industries are working to mitigate the damaging environmental impact of air travel, Denise Pronk, Head of Sustainability at the Royal Schiphol Group, speaks exclusively to International Airport Review to detail Schiphol's plan to reduce its environmental impact.
12 May 2022 | By Wilma van Dijk (Schiphol Amsterdam Airport)
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol explores a European aviation first, with the deployment of sustainable Taxibots to continue the airports journey towards the reduction of aircraft and flight emissions. Wilma van Dijk, Director Safety, Security & Environment at Schiphol Group, explains more.
21 January 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol finished 2015 with a total throughput of 1,621,097 tonnes of air cargo, marginally down on the all-time Schiphol Cargo record set in 2014.
3 March 2015 | By Pilot Marketing
A new taxiway, linking Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s ‘Kaag’ runway with the airport’s Sierra cargo zone, has halved live runway crossings for the many freighter aircraft that visit Schiphol every week...
In this Route Development Focus we speak exclusively with industry experts and hear in-depth from aviation leads from global airports' on their upcoming route development strategies and plans for the future.
6 October 2023 | By International Airport Review
Between 2024 and 2027, Schiphol Airport is investing three billion euros into catching up on maintenance and upgrades.
4 October 2019 | By Tara Nolan (International Airport Review)
For airports across the globe, providing passengers with a seamless travel experience whilst protecting the airport systems from risks are two of the most important priorities. Here, Wilma van Dijk gives an insight into how Schiphol is working towards securing both.
21 January 2022 | By International Airport Review
During 2021, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol experienced an increase in total cargo volume by 15.7 per cent to 1.66 million tonnes compared to figures from the previous year, 2020.