In recent years, the number of passenger cars in the Netherlands has grown significantly. So much so that the number of passenger cars is growing faster than the population of 18 years and older. Figures from Statistics Netherlands show that men between 65 and 75 years old are the most likely to own a car, namely almost 80%. That is
Electric driving is the future and contributes to cleaner air and less noise pollution in the cities. To get closer to the goal of emission-free mobility, Allego, Deventer Energie Coöperatie and Pure Energie have joined forces this summer to install 38 charging stations in the municipality of Deventer
KLM Cityhopper will start on 5 November with Virtual Reality training (VR) for pilots flying the aircraft types Embraer 175 and 190. KLM reports this on their website. The goal is to use the training time more effectively. In addition, it provides cost savings. The VR training courses have been developed in-house. KLM
The Municipality of The Hague is making an additional 300.000 euros available for the exchange scheme for dirty diesel cars and mopeds and light mopeds. This brings the total amount for this scheme, which runs until December 31, 2020, to 1.000.000 euros. Alderman Liesbeth van Tongeren (Sustainability, Environment and Energy Transition) recently announced this in
The corona crisis has a huge impact on the various airlines. Tourism worldwide has been hugely affected by the consequences of the corona crisis. Many planes are still on the ground. Due to limited capacity at Schiphol, KLM will park twelve aircraft at Groningen Airport Eelde from 28 October in the coming winter season.