“Of course, I understand that the Minister has to put due diligence first. On the other hand, the Dutch aviation sector now has to wait even longer for a political and social decision made 10 years ago to be implemented. I find that [situation] disappointing”.
“The aviation sector continues to grow and people increasingly use planes to get to work or go on holiday. Lelystad Airport’s opening on 1 April 2019 was part of the solution to address that situation, which the Minister also acknowledges. Unfortunately, this will not happen now”.
“In this way, we cannot implement the selectivity agreed upon by the aviation sector, local residents and politicians in the Alders Agreement. This agreement was unified and indivisible. That means we will have to renegotiate a new agreement together”.