Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport has opened a temporary departure hall to help cope with growing passenger numbers. The hall, which has been put in place in response to a major growth of passengers traveling between destinations in Europe’s Schengen Area, will be used by around 2 million passengers annually. The Schengen Area allows passengers from most countries in the 28 European Union nations to travel between each other without visas. With the expansion of check-in and security ...

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