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Van Remoortere, C.J.G. (author)
Schiphol staat binnen Europa op een vierde plaats bij het aantal verwerkte passagiersen vliegbewegingen. Om deze positie in de toekomst te handhaven en tegemoet te komen aan de vervoervraag zijn ontwikkelingsplannen op korte, middellange en lange termijn opgesteld. De plannen op korte en middellange termijn bestaan uit twee soorten plannen. Deze...
master thesis 2000
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Veerman, M.T. (author)
De belangrijkste opgave voor deze afstudeeropdracht was het zoeken naar een oplossing om Terminal 1 en 2 (1 gebouw) klaar te maken voor de toekomst. Een groei naar 80 miljoen reizigers binnen de bestaande terminals is voor Schiphol zeer wenselijk. Mijn oplossing voor deze opgave richtte zich met name op het onderscheiden van stromen mensen en,...
master thesis 2004
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Muller, E.J. (author)
For Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) to become preferred airport in Europe, Schiphol Group constantly invests in innovation. Dynamic Branding, the topic of this graduation project, is one such innovation. It entails the exploration of means for airlines to identify themselves in a common-use check-in area in 2015. Common-use check-in implies...
master thesis 2010
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Blekxtoon, F.J. (author)
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) is the fifth largest airport in Europe. For all passengers departing from AAS, part of their journey takes place in the Schiphol departure hall. The assignment for this graduation project is the design of a new concept for Schiphol Departures 1 for 2020, based on the passenger‘s experience, leading to a higher...
master thesis 2010
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Nobel, N.C.X. (author)
Electric cars currently receive much attention. Schiphol Group considers the uptake of electric cars an interesting solution to decrease transport related emissions around the airport. This research considers four different passenger transport services within the Amsterdam Airport Corridor. To assess the economic and environmental potential of...
master thesis 2011
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Van Kersbergen, D.J. (author)
The Schiphol Interchange Station is part of a masterplan developed for the Haarlemmerliede area near Haarlem, the Netherlands. The masterplan is based on the ‘Randstad 2040’ vision from the government that foresees an expansion of Haarlem towards the east. Transit oriented development has been chosen as the main driver for the masterplan. By...
master thesis 2011
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Gehem, S.D. (author)
In an increasingly competitive climate, it has become more and more important for airports to look at ways to improve the passenger experience. This is especially applicable for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, since it has the explicit ambition to become Europe’s preferred airport for passengers. In line with this reasoning, this study looked at how...
master thesis 2011
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Breeuwer, J. (author)
In the near future, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol possibly wants to open a terminal that will take care of the airport handling process in a sustainable, innovative and user-friendly way. Moreover, the passengers and employees should be made aware, in a pleasant way, of the sustainable nature of the airport handling process of this terminal. The...
master thesis 2012
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Bennebroek, B.J.J. (author)
The main goal of this research is to create and analyse a series of alternative runway system maintenance strategies for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. For the analysis, a trade-off framework is built to determine whether these alternatives are an improvement over the current strategy. This framework thus assists the decision making process...
master thesis 2012
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Overvoorde, P.J.L.A. (author)
Worldwide, the attention and awareness on Corporate Responsibility (CR) increases in the business and social world. More information is available which encourages society. One of the spear points of society are the CO2 emissions. Mapping these emissions showed that aviation has a 5% share within these emissions of which airports are responsible...
master thesis 2012
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Duijndam, L.R. (author)
The main research objective of this study is to gain more insight into the uncertainties that are occurring in maintenance projects. A lot of research has already been performed on the subject of budget overruns in large scale new development infrastructure projects, however, information on budget overruns in maintenance projects is lacking....
master thesis 2012
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Weterings, P.B. (author)
This master thesis considers the queuing issues at the KLM Departures area at Amsterdam Schiphol airport in order to improve passenger comfort and journey efficiency. The Author puts forward that not resource capacity, but rather passenger flow area use can often be considered the cause of queue forming and over-crowding. Also, that in...
master thesis 2012
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Noordzij, C. (author)
Problem description Schiphol is experiencing a growth in the amount of passengers travelling via the airport. In 2011, 50,9 million passenger made use of Schiphol airport. In 2025 this is expected to be 70 million passengers. This will become a terminal capacity problem for Schiphol. Not only in the long term capacity problems exist, but already...
master thesis 2012
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Vincent, R. (author)
Design of a boarding vision, process and implementation roadmap for KLM at Schiphol airport, after implementation of central security non-Schengen.
master thesis 2013
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Hulsebosch, M. (author)
Arrivals is for many airports and airlines quite an underdeveloped area compared to the other processes during a passenger’s journey at the airport. This also counts for in the current arrival process of KLM passengers at Schiphol Airport. Therefore the aim of this project was to develop a vision for arrivals in 2020, design concepts and create...
master thesis 2013
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Huijberts, J.P. (author)
Big and growing airports, like Schiphol, have many facilities, like hotels and parking lots, that need to be connected to each other and the airport terminal. A good approach for this, would be the use of electrically driven, driverless vehicles, called Automated People Movers (APM). An application of this, a so called Group Rapid Transit (GRT)...
master thesis 2013
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Been, W.J.A. (author)
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, (“AAS”), owned by the Schiphol Group (“SG”), plays a key part in the hugely competitive airline industry. One of the primary goals of the Schiphol Group is to provide high service at a low cost. In recent years, Schiphol and the Dutch Government are cutting the relevant budgets with a view to make substantial savings...
master thesis 2013
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Ankersmit, S. (author)
Transport collaboration has been applied in many different industries both on vertical and horizontal level; to improve transport performance and reduce transport costs. In the air cargo industry currently limited transport collaboration exists both on horizontal and vertical level for inner airport transport of freight forwarding companies....
master thesis 2013
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Fain, E.A. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Pieters, S.R. (author)
Schiphol, the main airport of the Netherlands, wants to be Europe’s preferred cargo airport. To reach this status, Schiphol has to offer a good infrastructure and high quality processes. Schiphol has no active role in these processes, but is dependent on third parties. Schiphol suffers from inefficiencies in the air cargo supply chain. A symptom...
master thesis 2014
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