Please be aware that if you, or any of your colleagues, are due to fly to Amsterdam, then your journey may be affected due to the increased security measures being put in place because of the Nuclear Security Summit, which is taking place in the Hague on the 24th & 25th March.
Until Friday 28th March the Dutch Authorities are introducing risk based border controls on selected flights into The Netherlands. As a consequence passengers may be asked to show a valid identity document or passport and a valid visa or other residency permit.
Passengers travelling to and from Amsterdam Schiphol airport are also advised to allow extra time for travel, as roads could be congested, especially during peak hours. The approach roads and exits of the A4 motorway to and from the airport will remain accessible, however, do expect to see traffic congestion due to the complete or partial closure of main roads and motorways to and from The Hague.
The (partial) road closures will take effect from the afternoon of Sunday 23rd March and you should expect closures on main roads until the early morning of Wednesday 26th March. Dutch Railways (NS) will be deploying longer trains between Amsterdam and Rotterdam during rush hour on 24th and 25th March.