Our three regional airports each have a unique appeal: Regional airports
Royal Schiphol Group also runs three regional airports in the Netherlands. We own and operate the regional airports Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Lelystad Airport and hold a 51% majority stake in Eindhoven Airport. Like Schiphol itself, the regional airports are developed on the AirportCity model through investments in real estate and the creation of an attractive range of visitor amenities.
Royal Schiphol Group holds a 51% stake in Eindhoven Airport. The other co-owners are the province of Noord-Brabant and the city of Eindhoven. Eindhoven Airport is an efficient airport offering scheduled flights and leisure flights to a wide variety of destinations in Europe. Approximately 4.7 million passengers make use of this regional airport each year.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport
Royal Schiphol Group is the sole owner and operator of Rotterdam The Hague Airport. Each year, around 1.73 million passengers pass through this regional airport, which offers both business and leisure flights.
Lelystad Airport is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Schiphol Group. Currently, Lelystad Airport is the biggest airport in the Netherlands in terms of general aviation. General aviation is the international designation for private and business flights using aircraft for no more than 20 passengers.
We are developing this airport into an international holiday hub. The first holiday flights are expected to depart from the renovated Lelystad Airport in 2020.