CAPA WORLD SUMMIT: Does ‘over-regulation’ pose a challenge to airport development in some parts of the world?
At last week’s CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit, Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s (FBB) CEO Dr Engelbert Luetke Daldrup highlighted over-regulation poses challenges for “big projects” in…..
According to the Royal Schiphol Group’s CEO, Dick Benschop, the Netherlands’ Ministry of Transport plans to investigate the feasibility of the expansion of Amsterdam Schiphol…..
EVA Air begins Dreamliner operations, plans to downgauge Amsterdam and Vienna from 777-300ERs to 787-9s
Taiwan’s EVA Air is planning to down-gauge services to Amsterdam and Vienna from three class Boeing 777-300ERs to two class 787-9s in 2019. Amsterdam and…..
They may not have been able to dislodge the famous Castro district of San Francisco from the top of the rankings, but European city destinations…..
A Dutch dilemma – How do you balance the needs of transfer passengers and point-to-point demand and maintain fair competition for airlines into your biggest city market?
The European Commission (EC) is reaching the conclusion of a six week consultation procedure concerning proposed traffic distribution rules between Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Lelystad…..
Competing or complementing? Is there room for both LCCs and regional carriers in the same marketplace
There is an interesting dynamic between regional carriers and low cost carriers. As the LCC revolution has taken hold across the globe, you could consider…..
With reluctance on the part of the Dutch government either to sanction more capacity at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or to bring Lelystad Airport into commercial …..
The number of guests staying in overnight accommodation in the Netherlands rose to 42 million in 2017, according to latest figures from Statistics Netherlands (CBS)……
Rising searches on the subject, ever more singles-oriented tours and proliferating books on the theme all point to a steady growth in people taking solo…..