Tourism in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2017
This paper presents indicators about inbound tourism on Bonaire, Saba and St Eustatius over the period 2015 – 2017
Air transport recovery interrupted by ash cloud
Because of the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud, the number of air passengers passing through Dutch airports was much lower in April this year than in the same month last year. The cloud also tempered...
More tourism on St Eustatius and Saba in first half of 2022
In the first six months of 2022, the number of visitor arrivals by air on St Eustatius and Saba was one and a half times as high as in the same period last year.
Almost 25 percent more air passengers in 2021
In 2021, altogether 29 million air passengers passed through the five major airports in the Netherlands. This is almost 25 percent more than in 2020, but still far below the total of 81 million...
Aviation not yet at 2019 level in Q2
In the second quarter of 2022, the five major airports of the Netherlands handled altogether 17.4 million passengers.
Over 10 million air passengers in Q1 2022
In Q1 2022, the five major airports of the Netherlands handled altogether 10.1 million passengers. This is almost five times as many as in Q1 2021.
Innovative research into drone flight paths using CBS data
It’s hard to remember a time before unmanned aircraft – drones – took to the skies.
Tourism in the Caribbean Netherlands hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic
In 2020, tourism in the Caribbean Netherlands was heavily impacted by the measures and flight restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
10% more flights to and from the Caribbean Netherlands
10 percent more aircraft movements to and from the Caribbean Netherlands in 2018, 11 percent more passengers
61 million air passengers in 2022, quarter fewer than before pandemic
In 2022, altogether 61.3 million air passengers travelled to and from the five main airports of the Netherlands.