Amsterdam Schiphol Airport will need to build a sixth runway to handle expected growth to 85 million passengers and 3.5 million tons of freight by 2025, according to a new report on the facility's long-term needs from parent Schiphol Group. Schiphol offers a well-equipped airport that can compete with the other European and offer a good transfer product at a competitive price, said the report, which was prepared for the government's Ministry of Transport. "Our strategy focuses on ...

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