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To get Amsterdam Airport Schiphol ready for the future, a lot has to happen on the ground too. More flight services and more passengers result in a greater need for parking spaces and facilities. We are currently busy building new parking areas.
A large number of parking spaces disappeared when the P2 parking garage was demolished. There are now various other parking facilities at Schiphol to replace them. The most important new parking products are P1 Short-term Parking, P3 Long-term Parking, P4 Basic Parking and P6 Valet Parking. As a result, it is still possible to park or be dropped off within a few minutes’ walking distance of the terminal. We are now hard at work extending the P3 parking garage. In 2019, there will be 2,535 extra parking spaces there, and the brand new roof will be fitted with solar panels.
The P2 parking garage was demolished in October 2017. Most of the construction work for the new car parks and parking spaces has already been carried out. We are currently extending the P3 parking garage.
Whether you are collecting somebody or travelling yourself, parking at Schiphol has changed. It is important to know when the various alterations are taking place, and how you can access the new parking facilities. Staff parking will generally remain unchanged.
The P2 car park was demolished partly due to the construction of the new pier and terminal. Various new spaces have been created so that there is enough space for everyone to park at Schiphol.
The airport is undergoing development, and Schiphol Parking is changing too.
As a result, it is still possible to park or be dropped off within a few minutes' walking distance of the terminal.
The P2 car park was demolished in October 2017. Most of the construction work for the new car parks and parking spaces has already been carried out. We are currently extending the P3 car park. In 2019, there will be 2535 extra parking spaces there, and the brand new roof will be fitted with solar panels.
Marianne van Scherpenzeel is the Programme Manager RAP at Schiphol. She makes sure that all necessary measures will be taken when multi-storey P2 car park is decommissioned. She is also involved in the development and building process of our new parking facilities.
P2 has an almost eerie emptiness, and only a handful of cars remain parked there. This sets the stage for demolition works on P2, which began on 1 November. Project Manager Dennis Veltkamp will be supervising the demolition.
More travellers at Schiphol than ever means we need more places to park. One of our solutions is to expand the P1 car park. Schiphol Project Manager Wouter Slotman and his right hand William de Graaf and their teams will ensure that these car parks welcome their first visitors by the end of September.
New roads need new signs. That is why we adjusted more than half of the signs in and around the airport.