The Dutch government’s attempt to restrict the numbers of flights taking off and landing at Schiphol Airport could leave a €13.6bn hole in the country’s economy, The amount covers the value of trade and tourist expenditure in the Netherlands that could be lost if the curbs are imposed, according to a new study by the UK-based Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr). The report was commissioned by the Red Schiphol Campaign, a group of “concerned Dutch citizens and businesses” who oppose the  “440 decision” to limit flight movements at the airport to 440,000 a year. The limits have also

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