On the platform of Eindhoven Airport, hard work is being done during the night on the construction of the roofing of the walkways. In the meantime, most of the steel construction has been completed and the roof plates will soon be laid. The gallery itself is expected to be ready by mid-November. Eindhoven Airport expects a total of about 3100 arriving and departing flights in October. The busiest days are from Friday to Monday. With this number, the total number of flights in October remains approximately at the same level as in August and September. 

With a total of around 6100 arriving and departing flights, Eindhoven Airport will have almost twice as many flights this autumn (September and October) than in 2020 (September and October 2020: more than 3300). Incidentally, air traffic is not yet at the level of before the corona pandemic. In the autumn of 2019 (September and October) there were a total of about 7700 flights.

Eindhoven Airport is the second largest airport in the Netherlands. The airport provides an easy connection from Brainport to Europe and beyond, in balance with the environment. The convenience for the traveler is reflected in our customer promise. The airlines connect the south of the Netherlands with more than 85 tourist and business destinations. Together with the partner companies, the airport offers approximately 1500 jobs, making it one of the major employers in the region. We are aware of the social impact that an airport has. Corporate social responsibility is in our DNA, we continuously pay attention to the balance between international connectivity and the quality of life in the area. The shares of Eindhoven Airport NV are held by Schiphol Nederland BV, the Province of Noord-Brabant and the Municipality of Eindhoven.

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Eindhoven Airport Terminal
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