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De Moes, A.F.A. (author)
Travelling through airports can be quite a stressful experience for passengers. Airlines, such as KLM, want to make the journey of their passengers through airports as comfortable as possible. This thesis proposes an indoor localization system for airlines called AirLoc. The research question was: "Which airport specific indoor localization...
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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Schoenmaker, M.G. (author)
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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Bourguignon, V.A. (author)
In 2011, Schiphol introduced the self-service passport control (SSPC), which now functions as an alternative for the traditional passport control (TPC) at four different locations within the airport. Travellers thus have to make an obligatory choice between the two types of services. At the Schengen/non-Schengen border between Lounge 1 and...
master thesis 2015
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Vervoort, A.L.H. (author)
With the rise of self-services at airports, time has come to take the next step in optimizing KLM’s passenger ground process at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AAS). In the current non-Schengen departure process at Schiphol the various touch points that a passenger encounters in the process do not communicate with each other and there is no...
master thesis 2015
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Jochems, S.P.M. (author)
The national pride of the Netherlands in the aviation industry, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, is not only an airline but also a ground handler at Schiphol airport. After landing at Schiphol, the Ground Services (GS) and Customer Ground Handling (CGH) departments of KLM will provide all services that are needed to make sure an aircraft can take off...
master thesis 2015
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Aerts, S.N. (author)
Schiphol has the ambition to become Europe’s preferred airport within five years. Due to the increasing competitive climate, it becomes progressively important for airports to enhance passenger satisfaction. Schiphol wants to do this by differentiating from its competitors through excellent service and customer satisfaction. Information and...
master thesis 2015
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De Blok, S. (author)
Airports in The Netherlands are subjected to tangent environmental laws to restrain pollution and noise nuisance. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) is one airport dealing with this regulatory framework but nevertheless they are resolute to continue growth with respect to aircraft movements. To cope with the law related to aircraft noise, the...
master thesis 2015
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Sillekens, P.J.A. (author)
KLM and Schiphol Group have requested an investigation into the impact of EGTS on the entire airport operations. Previous research into this technology has shown that the potential benefits for airlines, airports and society are decreased noise and emissions, fuel savings, and autonomous pushback possibilities that allow for greater versatility...
master thesis 2015
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Sillekens, P.J.A. (author)
KLM and Schiphol Group have requested an investigation into the impact of EGTS on the entire airport operations. Previous research into this technology has shown that the potential benefits for airlines, airports and society are decreased noise and emissions, fuel savings, and autonomous pushback possibilities that allow for greater versatility...
master thesis 2015
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Lugten, M.C. (author)
The graduation research focusses on mitigations in the built environment abating aircraft noise which can used by urban planners, designers and policy makers operating in airport regions. Aircraft noise is an issue for airport regions as it forces building restrictions upon aircraft noise exposed areas (e.g. for Schiphol and the Amsterdam...
master thesis 2014
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Gramberg, B.P. (author)
This report describes a strategy and concept aimed at bringing the best of new Dutch innovation to the passenger at Schiphol Airport. This is achieved by bringing crowdfunding to the physical world. Passengers will be able to see new ideas and innovations in a small exhibition, be able to touch and try them and can instantly help out by funding...
master thesis 2014
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Hooft, R.H.F. (author)
Approximately 70% of KLM passengers transfer via KLM’s main hub AAS. It is obvious that KLM’s transfer product is extremely important as alternative transfer airports are improving rapidly. KLM is losing ground to the competition. Therefore this report is made is order to investigate KLM’s transfer product and how KLM can jump ahead of the...
master thesis 2014
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De Vries, N.A. (author)
Around the railway station of Schiphol, railway traffic is controlled by an automated dynamic traffic management system (DVM). This system is not optimal for the future service pattern of NS and NS Hispeed. My research explores the possibilities of a new DVM by analysing different rescheduling elements by means of microsimulations in OpenTrack.
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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Fain, E.A. (author)
master thesis 2014
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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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