Schiphol has taken significant steps towards making the aviation industry more environmentally friendly, but have acknowledged that the pace of progress towards sustainability needs to be increased.
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In an era of environmental unrest, KLM have taken it upon themselves to advise customers to consider their options before booking a flight in a bid to reduce the impact aviation has upon the environment.
As part of Schiphol's Future Sustainability, Denise Pronk - Head of Sustainability at Schiphol, explains how investing in sustainable aviation fuel is vital to the success of lowering the environmental impact of aviation.
The Aruba Happy Flow is the first 100 per cent self-service passenger experience, based on traveller-centric biometric technology, from kerb to boarding. It was developed by three operational partners; The Government of Aruba, Aruba Airport Authority and KLM, in cooperation with developing partners Vision-Box, Schiphol Group and the Dutch Government,…
Together with KLM, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has started a trial with voluntary ‘biometric boarding’, involving boarding without having to show your boarding pass and passport...