Flights to Netherlands
Yes, it's low and flat and stuffed with dykes, windmills, flowers, cafes and canals – and they're lovely – but don't make the mistake of thinking that's all The Netherlands has to offer.
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Top Netherlands Airfares & Flight Deals
At Flight Centre, our range of flights from the UK to the Netherlands are available from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh. We also offer flights from our premium airline partners including KLM Airlines and British Airways, with upgraded cabins also available.
Netherlands International Airport:
Flights from the UK to the Netherlands will disembark at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) is the main international airport of the Netherlands and the fifth largest airport in Europe. Schiphol has only one terminal and is a major hub for KLM Airlines.
What airlines fly to the Netherlands?
- British Airways
The Netherlands is one of the world's most densly-populated countries but you'd not often realise it on the streets of the country's major cities. If you're walking you might feel in the minority though – The Netherlands has around 22,000 kilometres of dedicated cycle paths and city cycling doesn't faze the locals. The Dutch are known for their liberal and relaxed attitudes and the atmosphere this creates spreads well beyond the coffee shops of the capital, Amsterdam.
Bikes are a Popular Means of Transport
If you want a taste of cities other than Amsterdam: many of Utrecht's medieval strucutres remain; Maastricht is one of the country's most beautiful cities; and Leiden's claims to fame are as Rembrandt's birthplace and home of the oldest university in The Netherlands. Speaking of Dutch masters, Rembrandt is one of the many great painters, including Van Gogh, who have left a remarkable legacy here. Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum are worth a trip if you're an art lover, as is the Kröller-Müller Museum in the delightful Hoge Veluwe National Park (in the Gelderland province).
There are several huge summer carnivals and dance parties to enjoy here too – Dance Valley and Mystery Land are the 2 major ones in July and August, handy for the traveller as they are near Schiphol Airport.
More about Netherlands
Flights from the UK to the Netherlands generally disembark in Amsterdam, where the country’s main international airport is based.
The short-haul flight to the Netherlands takes just over 1 hour non-stop.
The total flight duration from London to Amsterdam is 1 hour and 10 minutes.