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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Amsterdam?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $81 and $181 for one-way flights to Amsterdam for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LTN Amsterdam Nov 16 - Nov 19 $81
BCN Amsterdam Dec 16 - Jan 5 $85
FCO Amsterdam Jan 10 - Feb 11 $92
FCO Amsterdam Jan 10 - Feb 11 $92
TLV Amsterdam Dec 22 - Dec 31 $94
PHL Amsterdam Nov 15 - Nov 22 $503
HKG Amsterdam Dec 18 - Jan 3 $518
LAX Amsterdam Jan 21 - Feb 4 $557
PVG Amsterdam Jan 19 - Apr 9 $669
LAX Rotterdam Dec 28 - Jan 12 $1,010
PHL Rotterdam Dec 9 - Dec 16 $6,591
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LGW Amsterdam Oct 23 - Oct 30 $97
FCO Amsterdam Oct 25 - Nov 1 $163
FCO Amsterdam Oct 25 - Nov 1 $163
BCN Amsterdam Oct 25 - Oct 26 $190
TLV Amsterdam Oct 25 - Nov 7 $262
HKG Amsterdam Oct 23 - Nov 1 $764
PHL Amsterdam Oct 24 - Oct 28 $1,011
LAX Amsterdam Oct 25 - Nov 1 $1,041
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Mar 12, 2020

flight attendants were ok, not terrible attentive

Mar 12, 2020

Very comfortAble flight. On time. Poor food.

Feb 21, 2020

Only issue was a very very short connection time from when Milan flight landed until take-off. I was surprised that my bags arrived on time in MSP.

Feb 2, 2020

Baggage did not arrived with me at my final destination because the first flight was delayed. That was acceptable to me because there was only 30 difference between flights. What is not acceptable at all, is that in Amsterdam, KLM promised to deliver the luggage to my hotel during the afternoon and failed. Then promised to deliver it by 9:30pm and again failed. When I called, they wanted to deliver it the next day, but after I expressed that their failing to comply with their commitments was making me very upset and the next day will affect my job, they delivered the luggage by midnight. It was a very unnecessary stressful situation.

Jan 31, 2020

Although good overall, the drinks service missed seats 14D-F, probably due to some confusion when the two carts met there (each thought the other had gotten those seats).

Jan 29, 2020

The staff were the best

Jan 26, 2020

Whilst Delta flight was good One cannot say the same for the KLM flight. Food was too poor and the staff at San Francisco were very hostile. Will never fly KLM again.

Jan 22, 2020

Very well run airline with professional staff providing consistent service.

Jan 19, 2020

KLM seats in Economy are awful. But so are Economy seats on all major airlines nowadays

Jan 17, 2020

The counter agent was rude and unhelpful.

Jan 14, 2020

The only problem I had was in checking in in Lviv, was my carryon bag was about 9.5 KM instead of 8 so I had to keep unpacking a few things and couldn't put my computer into my checkin bag so I took out what I could and put into my other little carryon bag and the lady wasn't happy that I did that but I needed that stuff with me. I also put some of it in my checkin bag but didn't want it to be heavy either. Then I saw another couple ladies on the same plane that had a carryon bag with another tote purse that had more stuff in it than my bag did - so am a bit confused on my I had to make those changes and yet some others brought two larger carryon bags and none of them fit under the seat. The great news was that the steward and stewardess helped on both flights since I couldn't do an online checkin about my meals being gluten free and they found me some options so that I could eat breakfast and lunch on the 2 separate flights. I do like flying your airlines.

Jan 13, 2020

Everything was great except sfo on our return spent an hour waiting for a gate , which when we finally got there they couldn’t connect it. Very painfull after 10 hour flt.

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Traveling toAmsterdam
Lowest Price$81
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Airlines ServingTAP Portugal
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FAQs about flights from Airport () to Amsterdam Airport (AMS)

Which airlines fly to Amsterdam?

Buckle up and jet through the clouds aboard one of the 13 airlines that fly into Amsterdam. A few of the most popular carriers include:

  • KLM
  • Xiamen Airlines
  • Virgin Atlantic
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What airport is best to fly into Amsterdam?

Before booking your flight to Amsterdam, consider where you'll base yourself. This might help you decide which airport you'd prefer to land at. Amsterdam Airport (AMS-Schiphol) is 7 miles from the center of the city, while Hoofddorp Airport (QHZ) is roughly 9 miles from all the action downtown.

Where to stay in Amsterdam

You could easily spend weeks, if not months, roaming around Amsterdam. Luckily, it won't take anywhere near as long to lock in someplace exceptional to stay. Pick from 5,200 accommodations and get one step closer to exploring Netherlands' vibrant capital.

Spoil yourself with a dash of luxury at the Swissôtel Amsterdam or the Hotel Amsterdam - De Roode Leeuw. After all, it's not every day you take a vacation! If you'd rather spend your money on fantastic Amsterdam activities, secure your room at the St. Christopher's at The Winston or the Damrak Inn.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Amsterdam

Your trip to Amsterdam kicks off as soon as you've finished the security checks. Here is a list of useful tips to help you pass through quickly:

  • Security staff will ask to see your passport and boarding pass as part of their checks. Tuck them away in a convenient place, so they're all ready for inspection.
  • Take off your belt, jewellery and shoes before approaching the security checkpoint. Items such as these are not permitted to pass through the body scanner.
  • Ensure your electronic devices and laptop are within reach. These items need to be put through the X-ray machine in separate tubs.
  • When you get to the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to place all gels, liquids and creams in a separate tub for scanning. Make sure they're all in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
  • Give some thought to your choice of footwear. Slippers are great because they're super easy to slip out of when you're doing the airport security checks. Try wearing some on your next flight!
  • The list of prohibited items is forever updating. Browse your airline's website to learn about what is not allowed on board their aircraft.

Flights To Amsterdam

As flights to Amsterdam descend from the clouds, the first things passengers notice are the canals—more than 1,200 of them—each with its fair share of charming houseboats. After all, there is a reason this city is nicknamed the “Venice of the North.” Once you've landed at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) and take the short journey into the city, you are free to immerse yourself in the rich history, vibrant nightlife, and fascinating art. And such an immersion it will be.

Transportation from AMS

Passengers arriving on Amsterdam flights have many options for getting into the city. You can rent a car to travel from the airport to downtown Amsterdam; all the main car rental agencies are found in Schiphol Plaza, right behind Arrivals 3. Alternatively, buy train tickets from the yellow ticket machines and take a 15-minute train journey from the station one floor below the airport concourse into the city. Taxis are a convenient way to get into Amsterdam and are available in single and shared-customer options; only take a taxi from those in the queue. Many Amsterdam hotels offer shuttle buses, and this is the easiest and most inexpensive way to travel from the airport. In short, there’s no need to worry about getting around. Book your plane tickets to Amsterdam and leave the fretting at the door.

Things to Do Near AMS

It will not take you long to make your way into the downtown area, but sometimes, you simply cannot wait to get your vacation underway. Or, perhaps you have a long layover, but you don’t want to miss out on this city’s charms entirely. We have several suggestions to help you make the most of your tickets to Amsterdam.

  • Amsterdamse Bos lives up to its translated name, “Amsterdam Forest.” You may be surprised to find such a vast natural space directly next to the airport, but this is a city that is full of surprises. And while you will find miles of meandering walking paths and leisurely boat rides on the many waterways, you will also find more unexpected treasures. Visit the goat farm to befriend these silly creatures, or test your balance in the Fun Forest activity course. Your only dilemma may be finding enough time to see it all.
  • The Rembrandt Sloten Windmill and Coopery Museum is so charming and quaint, you may think you have traveled back in time—and far out into the Dutch countryside. The still-functioning windmill is a piece of living history, and photos are a welcome addition to your scrapbook. Learn little-known facts about cooperage, or the making of barrels. Created to hold all your favorite things, like cheese, wine, and cognac, these barrels are most certainly important.

Hotels in Amsterdam

Hotel beds in Amsterdam number just under 40,000, so there is plenty of accommodation. In fact, how will you decide? We can assist you.

  • Grand Hotel Amrath Amsterdam looks like a castle, and its services and amenities live up to its promise of treating you like royalty. With an on-site spa, delicious restaurant and bar, and 24-hour room service, the luxurious lifestyle is available to you around the clock.
  • Amsterdam Marriott Hotel is perfect for wanderers—those who wish to wander through museums, that is. Steps from the Museum District, this accommodation also features a 24-hour fitness center, sauna, and friendly concierge.
  • Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel gets five stars, and not just because of its location in the heart of the city. With two restaurants and two cafes, plus 24-hour room service and deluxe extras like designer toiletries and plush towels, you’ll never want to leave the building.
  • Pulitzer Amsterdam wins the prize for convenience to Anne Frank House and some of the city’s top dining and nightlife. And if that is not enough, there are three restaurants and enough services to please even the pickiest traveler. Our cheap flights to Amsterdam ensure you have plenty of money to spend on them, too. Your town car will be right around, sir.

Admire Amsterdam

Whether you're captivated by art from the old masters, taking part in lively nightlife, or wandering through historic neighborhoods, you'll find what you're looking for in this gorgeous capital. And when it comes to cheap airfare to Amsterdam, you’ll find what you’re looking for right here on Travelocity. Make your dreams a reality and take the trip of a lifetime to Amsterdam.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.