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Which runway at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is used when? And what factors do we take into account?
Five major international ‘highways’ or corridors run high through Dutch airspace. Read more about these routes
Various factors such as weather conditions, volume of air traffic and availability of runways determine which take-off and landing runways are used.
The current air traffic control system is LVNL's main operational information system. With the arrival of iCAS we are now building a new heart that will make all aspects of flying even safer and more efficient in the future.
In order to realise the ambitions of LVNL and the Dutch aviation sector it is essential to have ample availability of air traffic controllers.
LVNL and the military air traffic control of the Royal Netherlands Air Force Command are joining forces, combining our professionalism, knowledge and expertise to bring together the best of both worlds.
If you have a request for information or a general question for LVNL or if you want to get in touch with our recruiter, please contact us during office hours
If you are a journalist, programme creator or editor, please contact media relations for all press and media enquiries.
If you have a question about air traffic in the vicinity of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or wish to report noise nuisance, please contact the Local Community Contact Centre Schiphol (BAS).