From: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
After peeking closely at the situation map and discussing with my chief of operations, I see three ways to approach the airport: first by crossing the canal at Welshap (just NE of the airport), second by attacking from the south by going through Meerveldhoven, and finally by performing a large encirclement by first going west south of Veldhoven and passing it, and then making a right hook in a northeastern direction towards the airport.
It seems to me that the northern approach to the airport might be problematic. There are only 2 crossing points, which makes it easy for the enemy to cover. The terrain is relatively open on our side of the canal, which could become a killing field for the German artillery. The approach through Meerveldhoven is probably the toughest, since most of the German units in the area (Hoffman's paras) are concentrating there. We can expect strong resistance, although I do expect that if I concentrate all my forces I could force the passage, but might still be risky. Finally, the approach through Veldhoven is longer but more appealing since intel reports that few enemy units are protecting the flank of Hoffman's forces. So it should be easy to breach in and race through the airport.