Simple Flying - Gaurav Joshi
The airport has been forced to limit passengers due to labor shortage.
Unable to keep up with an increasing footfall, Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport has capped the number of passengers this summer due to continuing labor shortage. The move is likely to affect airline revenue and passenger plans during the busy summer season.
The ongoing workforce shortage has forced Schiphol Airport to limit the number of passengers per day to ensure smooth operations during the busy summer travel season. The airport said it would allow around 70,000 passengers daily, about 16% - or 13,500 seats per day - fewer than what airlines had scheduled.