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Maastricht Aachen Airport (MST) is the second largest cargo hub in the Netherlands and the European base for Emirates, Qatar, Saudia, Royal Jordanian and Turkish Airlines.

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MAASTRICHT AACHEN AIRPORT STARTS EUR35 MILLION RUNWAY UPGRADE AS PART OF ONGOING INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT PROGRAM


The renovations are part of an investment program of up to EUR 100 million

Maastricht, the Netherlands, Friday 5th May 2023: Maastricht Aachen Airport (MST), the second largest cargo hub in the Netherlands, has started renovation work on its runway as part of an infrastructure investment plan of up to EUR 100 million over the next few years.

MST is investing EUR35.3 million in its runway upgrade between May and June in anticipation of a project to extend its operational length to 2,750 meters by January 2025.

“Maastricht has much to offer the Dutch air cargo community, with no slot restrictions or congestion at the airport and now a significant infrastructure investment program,” said Jos Roeven, Chief Executive Officer, MST.

“We are CEIV-Pharma certified and the preferred station for flower imports into the Netherlands, as well as specializing in handling dangerous goods and e-commerce, and we will be focusing on further developing our facilities with this investment.

“There is a fantastic opportunity in the current market for regional airports to step up for the cargo industry and help drive a more sustainable future for freight, whilst at the same time creating job opportunities for our local communities.”

MST is already the European base for Turkish Cargo and Royal Jordanian, and an online station for Emirates, Qatar, and Saudia.

The airport is free of slot restrictions, offers full Fifth Freedom of The Air rights, and has its own maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities.

Jos Roeven will be attending the Air Cargo Europe Exhibition in Munich, Germany from May 9th to share latest updates and projects.

About Maastricht Aachen Airport

Maastricht Aachen Airport (MST) is the second largest cargo hub in the Netherlands.

Founded in 1945, the airport, in the province of Limburg, is a key import station for flowers and the handling of dangerous goods.

MST also welcomes passengers daily, and is the European base of Emirates, Qatar Airways, Saudia, Royal Jordanian and Turkish Airlines.

The airport has no slot restrictions and full Fifth Freedom rights. It is IATA CEIV-Pharma certified, and has its own maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities.

Further growth and expansion is on the horizon for MST, with the Royal Schiphol Group recently investing in its future as a strategic partner

More at mstcargo.com


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MAASTRICHT AACHEN AIRPORT STARTS EUR35 MILLION RUNWAY UPGRADE AS PART OF ONGOING INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT PROGRAM

The renovations are part of an investment program of up to EUR 100 million

Maastricht, the Netherlands, Friday 5th May 2023: Maastricht Aachen Airport (MST), the second largest cargo hub in the Netherlands, has started renovation work on its runway as part of an infrastructure investment plan of up to EUR 100 million over the next few years.

MST is investing EUR35.3 million in its runway upgrade between May and June in anticipation of a project to extend its operational length to 2,750 meters by January 2025.

“Maastricht has much to offer the Dutch air cargo community, with no slot restrictions or congestion at the airport and now a significant infrastructure investment program,” said Jos Roeven, Chief Executive Officer, MST.

“We are CEIV-Pharma certified and the preferred station for flower imports into the Netherlands, as well as specializing in handling dangerous goods and e-commerce, and we will be focusing on further developing our facilities with this investment.

“There is a fantastic opportunity in the current market for regional airports to step up for the cargo industry and help drive a more sustainable future for freight, whilst at the same time creating job opportunities for our local communities.”

MST is already the European base for Turkish Cargo and Royal Jordanian, and an online station for Emirates, Qatar, and Saudia.

The airport is free of slot restrictions, offers full Fifth Freedom of The Air rights, and has its own maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities.

Jos Roeven will be attending the Air Cargo Europe Exhibition in Munich, Germany from May 9th to share latest updates and projects.

About Maastricht Aachen Airport

Maastricht Aachen Airport (MST) is the second largest cargo hub in the Netherlands.

Founded in 1945, the airport, in the province of Limburg, is a key import station for flowers and the handling of dangerous goods.

MST also welcomes passengers daily, and is the European base of Emirates, Qatar Airways, Saudia, Royal Jordanian and Turkish Airlines.

The airport has no slot restrictions and full Fifth Freedom rights. It is IATA CEIV-Pharma certified, and has its own maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities.

Further growth and expansion is on the horizon for MST, with the Royal Schiphol Group recently investing in its future as a strategic partner

More at mstcargo.com