01 Aug To70 awarded Project Leader role in CDM@AMS program

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In May 2016 to70 was awarded a contract from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS), for the role of Project Leader in the CDM@AMS program.

Eugène Tuinstra has been appointed as project leader in a contract for the remainder of 2016. His role will be to operate under the CDM@AMS program, leading a team of experts preparing for integration to the Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC) in EUROCONTROL.

The CDM@AMS program is a joint effort by stakeholders KLM, LVNL and AAS for the implementation of Airport CDM at Schiphol airport. The NMOC integration is the last phase of the program. Airport CDM is already operating locally and generating benefits for the stakeholders. More information about CDM@AMS can be found here.

About AAS

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is not the Netherlands’ only gateway to the rest of the world. Though the operation of this hub airport is one of our principal activities, the other airports Schiphol Group operates in the Netherlands further extend our reach and impact. Schiphol Group is the owner and operator of Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Lelystad Airport, and holds a majority share in Eindhoven Airport.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol also work closely with foreign airports which can strengthen our position. They include the airports of Aéroports de Paris, in which we have an 8% cross-participation. In addition, Schiphol Group is involved in the activities of JFKIAT at JFK International Airport’s Terminal 4 in New York. Schiphol Group is also engaged in strategic collaboration with Incheon Airport, have an interest in Brisbane Airport and have activities at the airports of Hong Kong and Aruba. These international activities account for a significant part of Schiphol Group’s results. We conduct our domestic and international operations in a balanced manner, and in doing so reflect our key values of reliability, efficiency, hospitality, inspiration and sustainability.

About To70. To70 is one of the world’s leading aviation consultancies, founded in the Netherlands with offices in Europe, Australia, Asia, and Latin America. To70 believes that society’s growing demand for transport and mobility can be met in a safe, efficient, environmentally friendly and economically viable manner. For more information please refer to www.to70.com

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Eugène Tuinstra
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Improving efficiency in airport operations starts with open communication and transparency of data between the airport partners. From Brussels to Jakarta, I learned about culture differences between people in the political arena of aviation. To move away from the existing status quo requires a process of change that I am happy to facilitate.
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