Several low-cost carriers operate flights to and from cities in the Netherlands. These include major airlines from Europe as well as Israel, Turkey and Morocco.
Low-cost airlines based in the Netherlands
Transavia is a low-cost airline based at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The Dutch airline also has operating bases at Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Eindhoven Airport. It is the only low-cost carrier with headquarters in the Netherlands.
Founded in 1965, Transavia is a subsidiary of KLM and part of the Air France-KLM group. It also owns its own subsidiary, Transavia France. Both airlines operate under the same brand and share the same website.
With a fleet of Boeing 737s, Transavia flies to over 80 destinations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Onboard, passengers travel in one common class. Seats with additional space are available for a fee. A buy-on-board menu is also offered on Transavia’s flights.
Low-cost airlines serving the Netherlands
Several low-cost airlines from Europe and beyond offer flights from the Netherlands. easyJet operates flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The major low-cost carrier has scheduled flights to cities in Austria, Czechia, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It also operates seasonal flights to Croatia, Greece, Egypt and other destinations.
Ultra low-cost airline Ryanair operates flights to several cities in Europe from Maastricht Aachen Airport. The airline also has numerous year-round and seasonal flights from Eindhoven Airport. Ryanair connects Eindhoven with cities in Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Morocco, Poland, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom. Ultra low-cost airline Wizz Air also has several flights from Eindhoven. The Hungarian carriers operates from destinations across the Balkans from the Netherlands. It also flies to cities in Austria, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
German low-cost carrier Eurowings connects Amsterdam with cities in Germany. Founded in 1996, the airline is part of the Lufthansa Group. Low-cost and leisure airline Jet2.com links Amsterdam with the United Kingdom, while Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air also serves Amsterdam. Norway’s largest airline Norwegian Air Shuttle has flights from Amsterdam to destinations in Demark, Norway and Sweden. Spain’s Vueling also links Amsterdam with cities in across Europe, including destinations in Italy, Portugal and Spain.
Pegasus Airlines is a major Turkish low-cost airline and operates flights from Turkey to Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The second largest airline in Israel, low-cost carrier Arkia also has flights to Amsterdam. Air Arabia Maroc is a low-cost airline based at Mohammed V International Airport, which serves Casablanca. The airline flies to Amsterdam from several cities in Morocco.
Nb. Not a low cost airline, however one with many flight options, great travel experience and affordable prices is KLM. Visit KLM’s website for more information
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