Next week, we are expecting an average of 465 flights per day at Schiphol. The predicted peak times for landing will be between 07:20 and 08:40 in the morning, and between 18:40 and 20:00 in the evening. These peaks will be followed by peak take-off times, which we estimate will occur between 09:20 and 11:00 in the morning, and between 20:20 and 21:20 in the evening. During these peak time periods, a second runway for take-off or landing may be deployed. Download the full fact sheet (in Dutch) here: bezoekbas.nl.
Published on: 13 November 2020
In the week of 16 – 22 November, we are expecting the following daily peaks:
- between 09:20 and 11:00 in the morning;
- between 20:20 and 21:20 in the evening.
- between 07:20 and 08:40 in the morning;
- between 18:40 and 20:00 in the evening.
A look back at 2 – 8 November
We saw an average of 545 flights per day during the first week of November – slightly less than the 565 we had predicted. The majority of flights took off from and landed on the Polderbaan and Kaagbaan runways. Maintenance was carried out on the Aalsmeerbaan Runway this week, meaning it wasn’t available for air traffic. The Zwanenburgbaan Runway was primarily used as a second runway for landing, and was also used on two nights for take-off instead of the Kaagbaan Runway. This was because of maintenance works on the Aalsmeerbaan Runway, close to the tip of the Kaagbaan Runway. The Buitenveldertbaan Runway was deployed for departing and landing air traffic on several days due to weather conditions and brief maintenance on other runways.
Take a look at the full report in the factsheet (pdf).