Simple Flying - Rytis Bersnevicius

27 March 2024

With the goal to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, the Royal Schiphol Group, the owner of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, is trialing new technologies.

The Royal Schiphol Group, the parent company of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS), has announced that it has begun trialing self-driving airside buses to look for more sustainable alternatives to conduct its ground-based operations.

According to the announcement, the shuttle bus, which can fit up to eight people, follows a fixed route, making scheduled stops at various airside locations during the day. These stops are located close to cleaning and ground handling companies’ facilities, shutting employees to their intended destinations...

[Read more: Schiphol Airport Trials Self-Driving Buses Airside In Sustainability Program (simpleflying.com)]