Projects at Schiphol: Building the future of Schiphol together

Schiphol is constantly evolving. We are building a new pier and an additional viaduct, renovating the piers and gates, and improving the aircraft parking facilities. That's not nearly all. Are you curious about the various construction and renovation projects and what they might mean for you? Let us bring you up to speed.

We follow guidelines from the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and ahere to Bouwend Nederland's safety protocol when carrying out all of our construction works.

New pier

Schiphol is preparing for the future. The construction of the pier is steadily progressing. This new pier means eight new gates for Schiphol. By using the existing space more effectively, travellers, passengers and airlines will soon have more space for themselves.

The new pier
  • for 20 million passengers
  • 56.000 m²
  • 4 floors, 3 are for passengers

Redevelopment Lounge 1

Schiphol is constantly evolving. Because we want to make travelling even more comfortable, we are rebuilding and renovating Lounge 1. We’re extending the lounge, making adjustments to walkways and expanding the range of amenities, like food & drink establishments and shops.

Lounge 1
  • More space and facilities
  • 24.000 m2 redecorated
  • Three different areas

Other building projects at Schiphol

  • Completing Schiphol’s dual taxiway system

    We are doubling taxiway Quebec. This will reduce queues and delays, and make the ground situation clearer for Air Traffic Control.

  • Uniform platform

    We are expanding the Uniform platform at Schiphol from five buffer positions to eleven. This provides more space to temporarily park widebody aircraft.

  • Multimodal Hub Schiphol

    We expect the number of public transport users to increase over the coming years. In order to provide them with more room and travel comfort, we’re making adjustments to the station area. We’re building the Multimodal Hub Schiphol.