More than 500 people have found work at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as a result of the Schiphol Banenplan jobs scheme

Established in January 2020, the Banenplan aims – over the course of three years – to provide employment at Schiphol for 750 people with a disadvantage on the labour market. Many of the first 500 participants are employed in hospitality, transport or logistics roles at the Dutch hub.

The jobs programme is a collaboration between Royal Schiphol Group, the municipality of Amsterdam, Werkgeversservicepunt Groot-Amsterdam (WSP) and Schiphol Aviation Community (LCS). The partners are currently in talks about how they can continue their collaboration after the three-year term finishes at the end of January 2023.


Image: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol