Royal Schiphol Group

RSG

Netherlands based airport operator with 6 active airports across 4 countries

RSG

Royal Schiphol Group

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Operator Overview

Overview

Royal Schiphol Group is an airport management company headquartered in the Netherlands, with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as its main airport.

The company is an independent and commercial enterprise that has four shareholders – The Dutch State (69.77% of shares), The Municipality of Amsterdam (20.03% of shares), The Municipality of Rotterdam (2.20% of shares ) as well as Groupe ADP (8.00%). It is the owner and operator of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Lelystad Airport. In addition, Royal Schiphol Group holds a 51% stake in Eindhoven Airport, and a 40% stake in Maastricht Aachen Airport.

Outside the Netherlands, it has an 8% equity stake in Groupe ADP, which operates the key Parisian airports of Charles de Gaulle and Orly. In addition, it has full-ownership of Terminal 4 of New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and holds a 19.61% and 35%  equity stake in Brisbane Airport and Hobart International Airport respectively.

Airport Network

Airports

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Aruba

1 airport

Australia

2 airports

Netherlands

2 airports

United States

1 airport