Region: Europe : Western Europe


Aviation is of great significance to the Netherlands. Schiphol, one of Europe’s largest airports, connects the Netherlands to global activities and developments. Schiphol Airport also serves as the hub and base for Dutch national carrier, KLM, which operates worldwide scheduled passenger and cargo services to more than 90 destinations. There are also a number of regional airports, the most popular being Eindhoven Airport, Maastricht Aachen Airport, Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Groningen Airport Eelde. The Netherlands is a small country, however, there are occasional flights from Schiphol to Eindhoven, and a number of daily flights between Amsterdam and Maastricht chiefly used by business passengers transferring to international flights at Schiphol. In aviation, the Netherlands is at the forefront of environment-friendliness and protecting consumer interests.

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