Twente Airport is making way for more aircraft

Providing parking space for aircraft that are redundant for a short or longer period of time is one of Twente Airport’s focal points for the future. In addition to aircraft that are waiting to be scrapped at the dismantling company AELS, the airport also offers shelter to aircraft that are temporarily not needed. At the moment there are a few Boeing 747-400s from Lufthansa, and Twente Airport has room to accommodate even more aircraft.

In the future, Twente Airport also hopes to attract aircraft that need maintenance or modifications. “We want to become a local hotspot for maintenance,” said airport director Meiltje de Groot and advisers Gerben Broekema and Frans de Vries in an earlier conversation with Luchtvaartnieuws Magazine.

Incidentally, the stay of the Lufthansa Boeing 747s turned out differently than planned. Initially, ILT aircraft were not allowed to depart from the airport. In exceptional cases this turned out to be possible.

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