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In the news in the public broadcaster NOS, it was stated that the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Affairs answered the questions on the subject that those who will receive compensation were exposed to noise pollution in 2017-2019.

In the news, it was noted that the government will pay a total of 5.5 million euros in compensation to 3 thousand households around Amsterdam Schiphol Airport due to noise pollution.

It was shared that the compensation, which is an average of 1800 euros per household, will be paid at the end of October or early November.

In the news, it was claimed that although the noise limit has been exceeded around the airport in recent years, no inspections have been carried out by the Environment and Transportation Inspection Authority (ILT), and it was reported that the institution will start inspections again from 2024.

In a statement made by Amsterdam Schiphol Airport authorities in April, it was stated that night and private jet flights would be banned from 2025 due to noise pollution.