Dutch authorities have joined the FBI in conducting criminal investigations into the discovery of needles in six sandwiches aboard four Delta Air Lines flights from Amsterdam to the United States, a military police spokesman in the Netherlands said Tuesday.
Every year, over 50 million travelers pass through Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. With a terminal covering 600,000 square meters and handling over one million tons of cargo each year, it's one of the world's busiest airports. Click each location on the map above to see a sequence of illuminating time-lapse videos showing the day-to-day life of the airport. Schiphol Airport is the second destination in a special series called The Gateway where we give an alternative perspective on the world's major transport hubs using data, video and interactives.
What do you do if you're searching for the airport meditation zone but you can't speak a word of English? If you're traveling through Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, you can be sure they'll be a handy pictogram to help you.
The Netherlands and Nigeria will begin using body scanners on airline passengers following the attempted terrorist attack on a U.S.-bound flight on Christmas Day, authorities in both nations said Wednesday.
Passengers flying into the United States from abroad should expect additional security measures at U.S. and international airports after a passenger detonated a device aboard a flight from Amsterdam, Netherlands to Detroit, Michigan, the Transportation Security Administration said Saturday.
Counterterrorism officers were Saturday searching the suspected London home of a man at the center of an incident aboard a U.S.-bound passenger flight that Britain's home secretary described as a "potentially serious security threat."
A "faulty" flight instrument contributed to the crash of a Turkish plane last month in the Netherlands, an accident that killed nine people and injured more than 60 others, Dutch safety authorities said on Wednesday.
When Hong Kong's notorious Kai Tak airport closed in 1998, frequent fliers breathed a collective sigh of relief at the thought that they would no longer have to endure a perilous right-angled landing through mountains and residential tower blocks.