Atlantic Sun Airways :: News
2004-05-02
Schiphol Hub Opens

Our first European hub at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport (EHAM) has oficially opened.

Many pilots have been asking us about how we will be handling transfer requests. We have set up a few policies regarding transfers to the new hub.

For the first week of EHAM being open, transfers from other hubs to EHAM will be limited to pilots who actually live in Europe as well as up to 12 additional pilots per hub. After that there will be a three-week waiting period, after which transfers will be opened up to everybody.

We have also enacted a new policy covering all hub transfers. Any pilot who transfers to a new hub must stay at that hub for at least two months before transferring to another hub.

To visit the Schiphol hub page, click the "Hub Operations" link at the top of the website.


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