Dutch airport Amsterdam Schiphol is pressing ahead with plans for a new pier and expanded terminal, while London Gatwick has announced it will invest £1.15 billion ($1.5 billion) to increase capacity over the next five years. Under Amsterdam Schiphol’s Capital Program, airport operator Royal Schiphol Group is expanding the existing terminal to add a capacity for a further 14 million passengers annually. The airport will retain its “one terminal concept,” keeping all ...

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