Articles tagged “amsterdam”

Airlines

Climate Activists Block Private Jet Takeoffs at Schiphol Airport

The green movement upped its protesting tactics on Saturday at Amsterdam's busy Schiphol Airport, looking to bring attention to aviation's sustainability challenges.

Climate Activists Block Private Jet Takeoffs at Schiphol Airport

Airlines

KLM Growth Prospects Threatened by Dutch Government’s Airport Cap Policy

If KLM and Schiphol airport are two golden geese of the Dutch economy, government officials are doing their utmost to strangle them.

KLM Growth Prospects Threatened by Dutch Government’s Airport Cap Policy

Airlines

Schiphol Airport Caps Passenger Numbers for Summer

As it grapples with labor crunch, Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport is cutting flights and limiting the number of passengers to help make the queues more manageable. Clearly, this isn't the post-Covid recovery that European airlines had been expecting.

Schiphol Airport Caps Passenger Numbers for Summer

News Blog

KLM Temporarily Halts Flying Travelers to Amsterdam

European airlines have warned once and again that airport staffing, and other issues, threatened to derail what is widely expected to be a busy summer travel season. Those issues have been on display at KLM and Amsterdam's Schiphol airport two weekends in a row now. The airline said Saturday that it would "no longer allow…

Airlines

Amsterdam Airport Boldly Asks Airlines to Cancel Flights to Alleviate Chaos

One more ripple effect of the labor shortage plaguing the travel industry. Airports are so overwhelmed by long lines and bedlam that Amsterdam officials have gone as far as to ask airlines to cancel some flights this weekend.

Amsterdam Airport Boldly Asks Airlines to Cancel Flights to Alleviate Chaos

Airlines

Amsterdam Airport Tells Travelers to Stay Home Because of Strike

The strike by KLM ground staff is apparently over, but delays will cascade.

Amsterdam Airport Tells Travelers to Stay Home Because of Strike

Tourism

Tourists Are Equally Satisfied Visiting Lesser-Known Places, Study Shows

If there's clear evidence that tourists are equally happy in lesser-visited areas, will the travel industry come together to rework those problematic bucket lists and spread tourism's benefits? Or will it continue to be economic recovery first, followed by more sustainability pledges?

Tourists Are Equally Satisfied Visiting Lesser-Known Places, Study Shows

Tourism

European Cities Redefine Tourism Goals for Post-Pandemic Boom

Simply waiting for Europe to "get its shot together" isn't an option, say tourism leaders. Destinations have to plan today to win back their fair share of demand tomorrow while juggling sustainability mandates. Tricky.

European Cities Redefine Tourism Goals for Post-Pandemic Boom

Business Travel

This European Sleeper Train Service Wants to Win Over Corporate Travelers

Convincing businesses to opt for longer train journeys, and that this isn't just a "backpacker express," could be a challenge.

This European Sleeper Train Service Wants to Win Over Corporate Travelers

Airline Weekly

Air France-KLM Sees Strength in Amsterdam, Paris Hubs During Recovery

Air France-KLM Sees Strength in Amsterdam, Paris Hubs During Recovery