Aviation; monthly figures of Dutch airportsFigures
Data on flight movements, passengers, cargo and mail at Dutch airports
Air passenger traffic quadrupled in Q2 year-on-yearArticles
Air passenger traffic quadrupled in Q2 year-on-year
Internationalisation Monitor 2021, second quarterPublications
This edition of the Internationalisation Monitor focuses on the environmental aspect of Dutch international trade: how does globalisation contribute to the issues and solutions in the area of environmental sustainability?
The Netherlands in Numbers, 2020Publications
The Netherlands in Numbers, 2020 is the successor to Trends in the Netherlands and the Statistical Yearbooks and Pocket Books.
Nearly 71 percent less air passenger traffic in 2020Articles
Last year, 23.6 million passengers travelled to and from the five main airports of the Netherlands.
‘Dutch Trade in Facts and Figures’: reliable figures to underpin policyArticles
In 2018, the Netherlands earned nearly 34 percent of GDP through exports of goods and services.
Air travel at less than one-tenth in June 2020Articles
In June 2020, more than half a million passengers travelled to and from the five national airports. This is 93 percent less than in June 2019, when there were 7.5 million air passengers.
National airports handled 98 percent fewer passengers in AprilArticles
In April 2020, nearly 134 thousand passengers travelled to and from the five national airports.
Kerosene consumption to lowest level in two decadesArticles
In March 2020, sales of petrol, diesel and fuel oil as well as the consumption of kerosene were down by 13 percent relative to January; year-on-year, the decline amounted to 12 percent
56 percent fewer passengers at Dutch airports in MarchArticles
In Q1 2020, the number of passengers travelling to and from the five national airports declined by over 20 percent on the same quarter last year.
Half as many passengers in March at Schiphol AirportArticles
The number of passengers flying to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in March 2020 fell by 56 percent relative to the same period last year.
More flights and passengers in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2019Articles
In 2019, there were 25.6 thousand aircraft movements to and from the three islands of the Caribbean Netherlands.
Over 81 million passengers at Dutch airports in 2019Articles
In 2019, a record number of air passengers - over 81 million - travelled to and from the Netherlands via one of the five national airports.
Air passenger numbers reaching record highArticles
Over 23 million passengers flew via Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and 4 other national airports in Q3 2019, the highest number in one quarter ever recorded.
Passenger traffic at Dutch airports levelling offArticles
In Q2 2019, a total of 21.8 million passengers flew to and from the Netherlands. This is 2.7 percent more than in Q2 2018. The total weight of transported cargo was 9.4 percent lower than one year previously.
Nearly 80 million air passengers in 2018Articles
In 2018, Dutch airports handled 79.6 million arrivals and departures. The total stood at 76.2 milion in the previous year. In 2008, a total of 50 million passengers used Dutch airports.
Over 76 million passengers travel via Dutch airportsArticles
Amsterdam Schiphol and the other four large airports recorded an increase in passenger arrivals and departures in 2017.
Nearly 60 million passengers going via SchipholArticles
Nearly 60 million passengers going via Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
Non-EU exports vital for Friesland and North BrabantArticles
Friesland and North Brabant are the biggest exporters of goods to countries outside the EU.
Number of passengers travelling through Dutch airports breaks 60 million barrierArticles
For the first time in history, the number of passengers travelling through Dutch airports broke the 60 million barrier last year; 90 percent of them travelled through Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The number of passengers travelling through Eindhoven Airport also increased substantially.
nearly all Dutch provinces affected by recessionArticles
The latest figures released today by Statistics Netherlands (CBS) show that nearly all Dutch provinces were affected by the economic recession in 2013.