Simon Hradecky, reported for Aviation Herald the following:
A KLM Embraer ERJ-190, registration PH-EZE performing flight KL-1904 from Hanover (Germany) to Amsterdam (Netherlands), was on final approach to runway 18C when the crew reported a drone to their right at about 1000 feet just passing about 100 feet underneath their aircraft. The aircraft continued for a safe landing on runway 18C.
A KLM Cityhopper Fokker 70, registration PH-KZM performing flight KL-1986 from Basel/Mulhouse (Switzerland/France) to Amsterdam (Netherlands), was on final approach to runway 18C when after tower advised of the previous aircraft reporting a drone at about 1000 feet the crew reported drone in sight, the drone was now on their left hand side at about 900 feet. The Fokker 70 continued for a safe landing on runway 18C.
Tower runway 18R checked the area with his binoculars but couldn’t spot any drone.
An Easyjet Airbus A319-100, registration G-EZEV performing flight U2-7926 from Nice (France) to Amsterdam (Netherlands), next on approach to runway 18C, was advised of the previous two arrivals sighting a drone to which the crew reported they were seeing three drones about 2.5nm out causing a perplexed reaction by the controller “You are seeing THREE drones?” The aircraft continued for a safe landing on runway 18C.
The next arrival for runway 18C, being advised of the three previous flights sighting drones, reported they could not see any drones joking this might be because of their bad eyes.
No further drone reports were submitted by pilots.