A new ‘transfer dulles’ airport in Rotterdam could have a huge impact on the city’s transport future

A new airport in the Dutch capital Rotterdammers is set to transform the way Dutch travel and commerce moves around the world.

The Netherlands has long been seen as the global hub for air travel, and a number of European cities, such as London, Barcelona, Paris and Amsterdam, have used Rotterds airport to host international conferences, conferences and other events.

The new Rotterdaag airport is slated to have a capacity of 6.5 million passengers a year.

It is expected to be the busiest airport in Europe, with a daily traffic of over 8 million passengers.

“It’s a huge change.

It’s a major shift.

But it’s also a big opportunity,” said De Maar, a Rotterdon resident and Rotterdater, the Dutch national airline.

“You can see that Rotterdeans have an opportunity, because they have a lot of infrastructure in the city, but also an international airport.”

De Maart said the airport has been developed by a local developer.

The airport has a total of 617 million euros ($785 million) in construction costs.

It will be the first airport in southern Europe to have an entirely new terminal, with an estimated capacity of around 7 million passengers per day.

De Maarte said that the airport’s expansion will have a significant impact on transport in the region.

“We will get more trains, more planes, and you will see more flights,” he said.

DeMaarte said the expansion will also have an impact on other cities and regions in the country, which are struggling with the high cost of maintaining and operating airports.

The country’s economy is suffering, as it has become the focus of growing concern about air pollution, a major factor in the deadly 2007 London air disaster.

A new generation of Dutch politicians is calling for the country to invest more in its air quality.

“What you see now is an international airline taking advantage of Rotterdo’s airport.

The Rotterddam airport will be a very important part of the future of our aviation,” said Martin van der Ploeg, a professor of environmental economics at Utrecht University.

“This is a very big change in the whole of Europe.

The city of Rottersdammers has been the main international hub for the transport of goods and people since the 16th century.”

DeMaart said that Rottersdon is looking to create a sustainable future for the airport.

“I think that Rottinghans future will be very strong and that the whole city is going to be very attractive for a lot more people, because of its location, its history, its nature,” he added.

“People are going to come from all over the world.”