Flights to Amsterdam, Netherlands
When booking a flight to Amsterdam, you might know that your plane will land 5 meters under the sea level. Schiphol Airport, in fact, is the lowest airport of the planet. There are hundreds of flights to Amsterdam landing every day in Schiphol, starting from KLM, Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij, but even the national airlines Martinair and Transavia which have their headquarters here, in Amsterdam-Schiphol.
Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport – AMS
Amsterdam Airport is divided into three big areas and an arrival area at ground floor. Zone 1 includes Terminal B and C, used by Alitalia travellers on the routes Florence-Amsterdam, Milan-Amsterdam, Rome-Amsterdam and Turin-Amsterdam, Lufthansa’s passengers from Frankfurt and Air France’s ones on the routes Lyon-Amsterdam and Paris-Amsterdam.
In Zone 2, instead, there are Terminal C and D: here land Airflot flights, connecting Moscow to Amsterdam, London to Amsterdam and the flight Tokyo Amsterdam operated by Japan Airlines.
In Zone 3, at Terminal F, G and H land planes from more than 30 international airlines, among which there are Air Berlin, Air Canada with flights from Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver, Continental Airlines and Delta Air Lines. Easyjet low cost flights to Amsterdam, from the main European capitals land in Zone 3 at Schiphol Airport. KLM lands at Terminal B, C, D, E and F without distinction, while Transavia at Terminal B, C, D, E and G.
People who stopover in Amsterdam Airport can stay at one of the four hotels inside the airport. Yotel Schiphol Airport is reserved to travellers and offers Japanese-style capsule booths; Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is a chain hotel with equipped meeting rooms; CitizenM Amsterdam Airport offers a 24/24 restaurant while Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol features a relaxing Spa.
Getting to Amsterdam from Schiphol Airport
People who need to get to the city centre can take the train that connect the Airport to the Central station. The train leaving from Schiphol Airport is the same that connect Amsterdam to the others Dutch cities, such as The Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Leida and Delft.
It is possible, as well, reaching Amsterdam city centre by bus, with stops in Leidseplein and Museumplein. Last but not least, van shuttles by Dutch Business Limousine Company connect the airport to the city centre at the price of 35€.
If you prefer to reach Amsterdam by car, with Traveleurope you can rent a car at Schiphol Airport and return it to one of the car rental of the Dutch capital.
Amsterdam is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands, located in the province of North Holland in the west of the country. The city, which had a population of 747,290 on 1 January 2008, comprises the northern part of the Randstad, the 6th-largest metropolitan area in Europe, with a...Source : en.wikipedia.org