Advancing your Aerospace and Airport Business
The NAG is a trade association that supports the Dutch Aerospace and Airport Development sector through the development of expertise, advocacy, access to the national and international markets, and an extensive network.
In response to the Election debate from the 15th of February, Lucht- en Ruimtevaart Nederland (LRN) has issued a press release. Because of new (Dutch) innovations low-noise aircrafts ca...
On February the 15th the Aerospace election debate took place in Dudok The Hague. In anticipation to the debate Lucht- en Ruimtevaart Nederland (LRN) has spread an election pamphlet. In...
To realise this collective ambition worldwide, the NAG supports this sector through the development of expert knowledge, advocacy, access to the national and international market, and an extensive network. Because the NAG focuses on Airport Development & Infrastructure, Aircraft Manufacturing and Aircraft Maintenance, we are able to utilise and serve the entire air transport system.
With local NAG representation in Brazil, France, Turkey, and the United Kingdom, plus excellent contacts with embassies and consulates, the NAG has an extensive international network that can be put to use for its members.
Aviation industry in the Netherlands
The economy and welfare of the Netherlands is inextricably linked to aviation. Although a small country, its strong international orientation and highly developed level of expertise has led to its having a strong aircraft industry delivering products and services for virtually every aeroplane that is currently flying or being built.
During the 20th century, 1600 airliners were built by the Dutch and its national carrier KLM has been in operation since 1919. Every year, more than 50 million passengers fly from Schiphol Airport to 317 destinations. The Netherlands has a leading position in Europe in the area of airport innovation and logistics and, associated with that, also a thriving industry in aircraft maintenance.
In addition to its strong position in civil aviation, the Netherlands is also a partner in the development of the F35 and parts of this military aircraft are produced in this country.