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Rationalizing Airport Security

During the last two weeks Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport has been testing a novel approach to airport security screening. The Personal Security Pass pilot project aims to demonstrate that it’s possible to reduce wait times and make passenger security screenings less onerous. 97 more words



Zaterdag 18 november 2017

Het winterseizoen is weer begonnen, en dat betekent dus ook weer dat eens in de maand de Gouwebostelling op het programma staat. 329 more words

Royal Dutch .... air pollution?

Amsterdam’s Airport Schiphol’s  status as Europe’s third largest airport often comes as a surprise to many, after all Amsterdam is home to a mere 800,000 people. 930 more words


In transit, Schiphol

Sunday 22nd October 2017, 11.30am (day 2,250)

Black-and-white photos of one’s day seems to be a trend on Facebook at the moment, so who am I not to follow a trend. 51 more words

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Experiences with Dutch Public Transportation

I think that the Netherlands is seen as one of those highly efficient Germanic countries, and indeed their public transportation system is extensive and generally fast.  741 more words



DISCLAIMER: This trip was with my mommy and younger brother meaning this blog highlights ONLY the innocent side of Amsterdam.

I asked my brother which country he would like to visit when we were planning for their Europe trip, he said The Netherlands. 464 more words


6 Hour Layover in Amsterdam (What to Do)

I recently flew from the US to Europe but I due to a bad connection I found myself with a six hour layover in Amsterdam.  6 hours isn’t really enough time to visit the city itself but it’s a bit long for just sitting at the gate, so I looked for some other things I could do near the airport. 452 more words