Update 24 April .30 hours

As expected, today is a busy day at the airport. Travelers have to deal with long waiting times. The general advice is to be at Schiphol 2 hours in advance for a European destination and 3 hours for intercontinental destinations. For current travel information, travelers can consult the website and app of Schiphol or that of their airline. Schiphol and partners are doing everything they can to keep the situation manageable.Update 24 April . Hour:

The early morning at Schiphol went well. Due to the aftermath of yesterday and the May holiday, travelers should take into account an extra busy day. The airport and partners are in constant dialogue with each other and are doing everything they can to make today as smooth as possible for travelers. There are no new cancellations following yesterday’s strike. The general advice is to be at Schiphol 2 hours in advance for a European destination and 3 hours for intercontinental destinations. For current travel information, travelers can consult the website and app of Schiphol or that of their airline. Update 24 April 23.30 hours:

Travellers must take into account extra crowds on Sunday due to the disrupted day on Saturday. Some of the travelers whose flight has been canceled today have been rebooked to a flight tomorrow.The general advice is to arrive at Schiphol 2 hours in advance for a European destination and 3 hours for intercontinental destinations. For travelers who fly tomorrow with KLM, Transavia or easyJet before 9: hours, it is recommended to arrive at Schiphol 3 hours before departure for all destinations. to be. For current information about this, we refer travelers to their airline.Update 23 April 14.00 o’clock:

Travelers can come back to the airport. They still have to take into account crowds and possible delays and/or cancellations. The advice is to be at Schiphol 2 hours in advance for a European destination and 3 hours for an intercontinental destination. Travelers can consult the Schiphol website and app or that of their airline for current flight information.Update 23 April .24 hour:

Schiphol and partners are currently doing everything they can to keep the situation at the airport manageable. Partly due to the strike at KLM, the terminal is currently too full. Schiphol calls on travelers not to come to the airport anymore. For the time being, this applies to everyone with a flight up to 14. o’clock. This is an extreme and very annoying measure that Schiphol has to take with a view to safety. Travelers with a question about their trip can contact their airline.

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