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Again long queues expected at busy Schiphol

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The airport had been trying to get the number of travellers moving through the airport on Sunday reduced by 5,800. While KLM has cancelled some services, other airlines and tour operators refused. Schiphol has blamed the shortage of staff on the problems, which have affected travel all week.
3 months ago·Schiphol, Netherlands

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Schiphol warns again of long waits as criticism of cancellations mounts - DutchNews.nl

Schiphol airport is warning travellers that it will again be extremely busy on Sunday and they may have to wait outside the terminal building, after failing in its efforts to cut passenger numbers. The airport had been trying to get the number of travellers moving through the airport on Sunday reduced by 5,800 by asking airlines to cut flights. While KLM has cancelled some services, other airlines and tour operators refused, although Corenden did

3 months ago·Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Again long queues expected at busy Schiphol

People who travel via Schiphol on Sunday have to take into account great crowds again. Schiphol itself says it expects Sunday to be even busier than Saturday. The airport therefore asks airlines to bring fewer passengers than initially booked a flight. For Sunday, the airport is aiming for 5800 fewer passengers.

3 months ago·Amsterdam, Netherlands
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NU

No new cancellations at Schiphol, expected again on Monday crowds

At Schiphol Airport, no new flights have been canceled since Sunday afternoon due to the crowds, after it was seen earlier in the day on information boards at the airport that some flights were not taking place. However, travellers still have to take into account crowds and delays on Sunday, a spokesperson for the airport informs NU.nl.

3 months ago·Netherlands
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