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Liu, Mingyu (author)
This study presents the process and results of the graduation project: Enhancing Mobility Experience around Schiphol Airport for International passengers.This project is part of this project Optimaliseren Mobiliteit rondom Schiphol (in English Optimise Mobility around Schiphol). Within its broad scope, this graduation focuses on Chinese...
master thesis 2019
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Wong, Chi Hang (author)
Airport has been labelled as a non-place by the French anthropologist Marc Augé, with its place as a limbo filled with a mass of isolated individuals which response to non-human mediations such as boarding screens and signages. Consider together with the automatic trend of mobility as well as the social health trend of non-real life...
master thesis 2019
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Mohar, Hana (author)
The thesis explores the site of Niuewe Meer in the context of the near future of 2050. The research deals with the new urban phenomena of airport cities - their urban qualities and the issues they pose for development of expanding city borders. On the case of a new passenger driven typology - the airport hospital, it investigates how future...
master thesis 2018
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Van Heeswijk, M.M.A. (author)
The core business of an airport is its air-side activities but it could not function without fluent, multi-modal and resilient land-side connectivity with its surroundings. The AirportCity is located in a dense urban area and therefore also the most important land-side transport interchange of the Netherlands. Due to the growth of air travellers...
master thesis 2017
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Schuppener, K.M. (author)
Amsterdam Aiport Schiphol (AAS) has the ambition of becoming Europe's cargo preferred airport. However, in addition to facing spare capacity for future growth, past research has shown key issues preventing it from reaching this goal. Some of these are truck waiting times, long throughput times and 1st line warehouse efficiency. One of the...
master thesis 2016
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Ceulemans, B. (author)
Currently, only one Standard Instrument Departure (SID) track and one flight procedure is used per runway departure fix combination. In contrast to tailored arrivals, the potential benefit of tailored departures has been left relatively undiscovered. The research objective is to quantify the potential benefit of tailored SID-s and profile...
master thesis 2016
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Delsen, J.G. (author)
Runway capacity of a complex runways system can be limited by several factors. Currently, the runway usage at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) is described by a preference list established by multiple stakeholders. It makes an important trade-off between minimizing noise exposure to the environment and maximizing capacity. The existing model...
master thesis 2016
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Kallen, N.A. (author)
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol expects growing cargo volumes in the future. At the same time, due to the expansion of passenger terminals, the cargo handling terminals at Schiphol are relocated and bundled on a smaller area at AAS South-East. The question is: how to handle increasing cargo volumes on a smaller area? One of the opted means to reach a...
master thesis 2015
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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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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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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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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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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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