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Business aviation in Netherlands

Kingdom of the Netherlands is in Europe.
Ministry of Infastructure and Water Management (Netherlands) -

Registered business aircraft:

Based business air charter operators:

Based business aircraft for charter:

Business air charter brokers:

Most prevalent aircraft types:

1Airbus Helicopters H13517
2Pilatus PC-1216
3Airbus Helicopters H12012
4AgustaWestland AW13911
5Beechcraft King Air 20010
6Cessna Caravan9
7Jetstream 31/417
8Piper twin piston7
9Airbus Helicopters H155B5
10Citation 560XL5
11Beechcraft King Air 905
12Partenavia P.685
13Falcon 7X5
14AgustaWestland AW1894
15Airbus Helicopters H125/AS3504
16Falcon 2000 EASy4
18Eurocopter AS3554
19Diamond Twin Star3
20Falcon 900EASy3
21Falcon 9003
22Airbus Helicopters AS3653
23Embraer ERJ-1353
24Piper PA-31T3
25Diamond DA623
26Pilatus PC-243
27Citation 500/5013
28Airbus Helicopters H1753
29Tecnam P2006T3
30Cessna 400 series2
31Schweizer 3332
32Cessna Citation CJ32
33Enstrom 4802
34Airbus Helicopters H1302
35Citation Sovereign2
36Fokker F1002
37Citation 550/5512
38Airbus Helicopters H1452
39Daher Kodiak1
40Citation 6501
41Gulfstream G400/G4501
42Fairchild Swearingen Metro/Merlin1
43Citation X1
44Airbus ACJ TwoTwenty1
45Dornier Do2281
46Embraer Legacy 5001
47Cessna Citation CJ41
48Citation Mustang1
49Gulfstream G6501
50Sikorsky S-61N1
51Gulfstream GIV1
52Piper PA-46 Malibu/Mirage1
53Eurocopter BO1051
54Global 6000/Express/XRS1
55Cessna CitationJet/CJ11
56Global 50001
57Robinson R661
58Piper PA-46 Meridian/M-Class1
59Saab SF3401
60Cessna 300 series1
61Gulfstream G500/G5501
62Beechcraft Premier1
63Cessna Citation CJ21
64Airbus ACJ3191
65Cirrus Vision1
66Boeing B-7371
67Embraer Legacy 600/6501
68Boeing BBJ11
70Bell 206L LongRanger1
71Challenger 6051
72Bell 206B JetRanger1

Major business aviation airports:

Business aviation suppliers in Netherlands

Maintenance  19   •   Completions  1   •   Training  8

Rotterdam The Hague airport CEO Wilma van Dijk and Shell Aviation president Jan Toschka.

The Hague airport accelerates sustainable fuel blending

The long-term SAF agreement makes it possible for Shell to invest in production facilities in Rotterdam while airlines gradually adapt to a new fuel reality.

November 23, 2023   Full report

EBAA welcomes Dutch reversal of Schiphol flight cap decision

The plan to cap flights at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport is now suspended. Noise and emissions issues will instead be mitigated by strategies such as constant descent approaches and optimised flight routings.

November 20, 2023   Full report

The E-Deck facility at Teuge International airport.

Cormorant flies south to Teuge

The move to Teuge exposes Cormorant SEAplanes to an e-campus where it can collaborate with a training academy that uses Pipistrel electric aircraft and wider, shared research facilities for an e-aviation ecosystem.

November 20, 2023   Full report

KLM Flight Academy is expecting 12 DA40 NGs and two DA42-VIs, all powered by the Austro Engine 168 HP jet fuel AE300.

KLM Flight Academy upgrades training fleet

Replacing its ageing fleet with 12 DA40 NG and an additional two DA42-VI aircraft, KLM should take first deliveries from early 2024.

September 21, 2023   Full report

The Jet Centre Southend leadership team comprises of Jack Tarbuck, Amy Croarkin and Grant Fox.

Understanding customer needs tips the Jet Centre to top of EMEA FBOs

The top ten positions were tightly scored, but the one thing they all had in common was an innate understanding of customers and an appreciation of their business. They bring crew too, not just passengers.

September 10, 2023   Full report

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