Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport will continue limiting daily passenger numbers until at least March 2023.
Earlier this month, the airport announced capacity caps of almost 20 per cent until the end of October. As its security staff shortage continues, Schiphol will continue to operate at reduced capacity in the coming months.
The decision – which comes just weeks after the resignation of Schiphol CEO Dick Benschop – follows a summer of travel chaos and flight cancellations at the airport.
Passengers have faced long lines for security checks due to staff shortages, causing many to miss their flights.
Schiphol will reduce the maximum number of departing passengers by around 9,250 passengers, or 18 per cent, per day.
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