A number of airlines, operating out of different European countries, provide flights between the UK and the Netherlands.
British Airways, founded in 1974, is the flagship airline company of Great Britain and operates flights from the UK to the Netherlands. Travellers wishing to fly from the UK to the Netherlands can depart from airports in Edinburgh, Leeds, London, Manchester and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
EastJet, one of Britain’s leading budget airlines, offers an airborne transport service between the UK and the Netherlands. The low-cost airline provides flights from airports in Belfast, Bristol, Edinburgh, London and Manchester in the UK to destinations in the Netherlands.
Jet2 is a low-cost airline that provides direct flights from airports in Edinburgh, Exeter and London in the UK to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Flights operated by Jet2 that terminate at other airports in the Netherlands depart from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Norwich and Liverpool airports.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, established in 1919, is the flag carrying airline of the Netherlands and holds the distinction of being the oldest airborne transport company operating under its original name. The Dutch airline operates flights to Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport from UK airports in Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster, Durham Tees Valley and Sheffield.
Ryanair, headquartered in Dublin and founded in 1984, is a budget airline that provides a direct flight link between London and Amsterdam. Those wishing to fly from the UK to the Netherlands via Ryanair can depart from airports at Edinburgh, London and Manchester.
Vueling Airlines, established in 2004 and the largest flight operator in Spain, is low-cost airline that operates flights between the UK and the Netherlands. Flights, operated by the budget airline which is headquartered at El Prat Llobregat, departing from the UK and arriving in the Netherlands are available from airports in Manchester and London.