Den Helder Airport: offshore transport impact report
Den Helder Airport releases the To70 report on the impact of helicopters and ships between 2030-2050 online today
The findings of the report will benefit the offshore logistics supply chain.
Follow up talks with the ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management scheduled for July.
Broad stakeholder conference to discuss next steps.
Den Helder, the Netherlands – www.denhelderairport.nl Netherlands Offshore Aviation Mainport, is releasing the report on helicopters and ships between 2030-2050 to the public and industry today. The report was a direct result of the repositioning of the offshore airport and was first presented to outgoing Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen during the European Maritime Day, that took place in Den Helder on 20 and 21 May. Den Helder Airport will further discuss the repositioning of the offshore airport within the context of energy transition with the ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management in July this year.
Benefit to the offshore logistics supply chain
Den Helder Airport expects the report will serve as a first building block for the offshore energy community planning current and future offshore transport of passengers and cargo. One of the conclusions was that sharing off assets and services will benefit the offshore logistics supply chain, lowering cost and carbon footprint.
Next steps will strive for a larger joint industry project
A large group of stakeholders have contributed to the report in sharing their vision and expectation on the operations and maintenance challenges of the future offshore renewable industry. Den Helder Airport will keep this momentum ongoing by organizing a broad stakeholder conference discussing next steps.
For more information about the report on helicopters and ships between 2030-2050 please visit https://denhelderairport.nl/download-rapport/