Amsterdan Airport Schiphol will need a sixth runway to accommodate its anticipated growth, Schiphol Group indicated in its long-term outlook published last week. AMS expects passenger throughput to grow 84.4% to 85 million by 2025, with freight more than doubling to 3.5 million tonnes. Runway capacity will need to increase from last year's 423,122 flights to 600,000-650,000 by 2025, with a new passenger area constructed by 2015, the airport said. The plan also calls for more selective use of ...

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