In a statement, Schiphol invites possible partners and suppliers to contribute ideas for the construction of the new pier and terminal, which will be situated on the south side of the airport, as well as to the associated tendering process. The market consultation will take place on Thursday, 11 September 2014.
Presently, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the fourth busiest airport in Europe, and the number of passengers travelling through the award-winning airport increases every year. In 2013, the airport welcomed more than 52.5 million passengers, representing a 3% growth in comparison to 2012. The number of passengers is expected to increase even further – to around 65 million – over the course of the next decade.
Schiphol’s central location is one of the reasons for the airport’s success. Most crucial business destinations within Europe are a mere two hours’ flight time away. Schiphol serves more than 300 destinations around the world with almost 100 airlines.