Amsterdam Airport Schiphol joins AviAssist Board

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport joins AviAssist Board

(Posted 16th May 2016) 
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The AviAssist Foundation has earlier today announced that Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is joining its Board. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is one of the busiest airports in Europe and part of the Schiphol group.

We are thrilled to welcome the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol onto our Board in the year it celebrates its 100th
anniversary’said AviAssist Director Tom Kok. ‘Schiphol is one of the best Africa-connected airports in theworld, so the prospect of a stronger relationship is exciting for the Foundation. Schiphol’s experience andcommitment to safety will be of great benefit to the Foundation and the African professionals we support‘.

The Foundation runs a number of airport related programs such as airport wildlife management courses, airport rescue & fire fighting and airport leadership development.

On behalf of the Schiphol Group and Amsterdam Airport, Ron Louwerse, Managing Director of Rotterdam The Hague Airport said: ‘In aviation, safety comes first. So being able to share our Schiphol knowledge and work with colleagues in Africa in order to support African aviation safety, is something we look forward to. The Foundation is a great resource for Africa. The training courses, the Safety in African Aviation conference and its magazine help African aviation professionals stay current and assists in employing best practices. Schiphol is proud to be a part of such a dynamic and impactful organisation and to make a contribution to the safety of the flights to and from Africa, flights that also feed into our network‘.

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