Summary

Today goes the new avioduct, a flyover for aircraft, over the A4 in use at Schiphol. This avioduct is part of the project dat the last single lane at Schiphol, lane Quebec, doubles. On and around the terminal complex there is a structure of double carriageways for taxiing aircraft, except for Quebec carriageway. Doubling of this lane enlarged safety at Schiphol and improves the infrastructure for airlines and Air Traffic Control the Netherlands.

New avioduct over A4 for taxiing aircraft at Schiphol in use

New avioduct over A4 for taxiing aircraft at Schiphol in use

Building a second avioduct over one of the busiest highways in the Netherlands was a complex organisation. The new avioduct is 79 at 72 meters and has a total area of ​​15.000 square meter . In order to be able to bear the weight of future types of aircraft, 900 foundation piles were needed. The new viaduct crosses the A4 motorway, Schipholtunnels and Abdijtunnel. The construction and opening of the new avioduct was completed on schedule and within budget.

With doubling lane
Quebec we kill two birds with one stone: the situation is becoming clearer for Air Traffic Control the Netherlands, which controls taxiing aircraft and aircraft no longer have to be on top of each other to wait. In this way we increase the safety of Schiphol and at the same time improve our services at the airport. The completion of the new avioduct is a great milestone in the doubling of the Quebec carriageway. 1119108
1119108 Hanne Buis, Chief Projects & Assets Officer at Royal Schiphol Group

Public Transport to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Getting to Amsterdam airport and leaving it is easy with the main railway station being positioned underneath the travelers terminal complex. From here trains connect to other cities in the Netherlands, such as Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Enschede, and The Hague for example.

Via the international high-speed train connection called Thalys passengers can travel to international destinations such as Brussels or Antwerp in Belgium and Paris in France. An intercity train connects Amsterdam also with Berlin in Germany, with services running every 2 hours.

The fastest and best way to get from Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam is by BSome travelers prefer to bypass all public transport hassles by pre-booking a private transfer. The driver will pick you up at a pre-arranged spot inside the airport. You can meet either at the Meeting Point in the main hall (near the Burger King), or where you exit the baggage claim area.

Make sure the driver knows your flight number so that he or she can take delays or terminal changes into account.

You’ll find plenty of private taxis for hire in the taxi line just outside the main entrance to the arrivals and train station level at Schiphol Airport. Be sure to choose a taxi from this line and not from individuals walking around soliciting their services. Note that taxis run on a strict meter basis and there is no set flat airport rate.

Public Transport to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Getting to Amsterdam airport and leaving it is easy with the main railway station being positioned underneath the travelers terminal complex. From here trains connect to other cities in the Netherlands, such as Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Enschede, and The Hague for example.

Via the international high-speed train connection called Thalys passengers can travel to international destinations such as Brussels or Antwerp in Belgium and Paris in France. An intercity train connects Amsterdam also with Berlin in Germany, with services running every 2 hours.

The fastest and best way to get from Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam is by BSome travelers prefer to bypass all public transport hassles by pre-booking a private transfer. The driver will pick you up at a pre-arranged spot inside the airport. You can meet either at the Meeting Point in the main hall (near the Burger King), or where you exit the baggage claim area.

Make sure the driver knows your flight number so that he or she can take delays or terminal changes into account.

You’ll find plenty of private taxis for hire in the taxi line just outside the main entrance to the arrivals and train station level at Schiphol Airport. Be sure to choose a taxi from this line and not from individuals walking around soliciting their services. Note that taxis run on a strict meter basis and there is no set flat airport rate.

Booking a Taxi in The Hague is easy and quick at Express Taxi. Choose whichever method suits you best. And when you travel with us, there are several certainties that you can rely on.

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