Schiphol Group is an airport company, with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as its main airport. Schiphol is Europe's fourth-largest airport in terms of passenger numbers, and third-largest in terms of cargo volumes....
Schiphol Group is an airport company, with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as its main airport. Schiphol is Europe's fourth-largest airport in terms of passenger numbers, and third-largest in terms of cargo volumes. The mission of Schiphol Group is to connect the Netherlands with all of the world's major economic, political and cultural centres.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol currently offers direct connections to a total of 323 international destinations. Schiphol Group facilitates these connections in conjuncture with almost 100 airline companies. Home carrier KLM is the most important link in Schiphol's global network.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the network of KLM and its SkyTeam partners and the Amsterdam region have conjointly evolved into Mainport Schiphol. This Mainport serves as a powerful driver for economic growth, job creation and dynamism in the Amsterdam region and the Netherlands as a whole.
Overall, the aviation sector contributes approximately 26 billion euros to the Dutch economy. Schiphol is home to over 500 companies, employing a total workforce of approximately 65,000 people. Schiphol Group is dedicated to further strengthening Mainport Schiphol's competitive position, in part through a programme of continuous innovation and substantial investments to boost capacity and quality over the years to come.
Schiphol Group's staff of over 2,100 employees are committed to our core values, which are reflected in all their actions: reliable, efficient, hospitable, inspiring and sustainable.
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