Airports in the Netherlands
The Netherlands is a very popular tourist destination. There are several international airports you can use to reach your desired part of the country, so check them out to see which one is the best option for you.
Amsterdam Airport – IATA code AMS
~ 71 Mio. passengers
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is the country’s main international airport. It is located 9km southwest of the Dutch capital. In terms of passenger traffic it is the fifth Europe’s busiest airport. It is a hub for KLM, Martinair, Transavia, TUI Airlines Netherlands and Corendon Dutch Airlines. Low-cost airlines, such as EasyJet and Vueling, use it as a hub as well. The best way to get to city centre is by taking airport shuttle bus.
Eindhoven Airport – IATA code EIN
~ 6.5 Mio. passengers
Einhoven Airport is located 8km west of the city centre. It is the second largest airport in Holland. The airport serves for both civilian and military traffic.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport – IATA code RTM
~ 2 Mio. passengers
Rotterdam or the Hague Airport is only 5km north of Rotterdam city centre and it’s country’s third biggest airport. It serves the cities of Rotterdam and the Hague with their surroundings. It features flight to European metropolitan destinations. See here how to get by public transportation to Rotterdam and to the Hague.
Maastricht Airport – IATA code MST
~ 0.4 Mio. passengers
Maastricht Aachen Airport is an international airport located 9km northeast of Maastricht city and 28km of Aachen in Germany. It is the second-biggest hub for cargo flights in the country. In high season it features charter flights to European leisure destinations.
Groningen Airport – IATA code GRQ
~ 0.2 Mio. passengers
Eelde Airport in Groningen is an international airport in the northeastern Netherlands. It is situated 9km south of Groningen. It features flights throughout Europe and Turkey via airlines Corendon Airlines, Transavia, Flybe, TUI Airlines Netherlands and Wizz Air.