Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is one of Europe’s busiest airports. The major hub is the base for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and is served by dozens of international airlines. Several low-cost airlines also connect the airport with destinations across Europe and beyond.
Air Arabia Maroc
Casablanca-based airline Air Arabia Maroc connects Amsterdam with several cities in Morocco. The low-cost carrier operates flights from Fez, Nador and Tangier to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
Arkia links Tel Aviv and Amsterdam. The low-cost airline is Israel’s second largest airline. With operating bases in Ben Gurion Airport and Ramon Airport, Arkia operates low-cost flights to 25 domestic and international destinations.
Blue Air is a Romanian low-cost carrier based in Bucharest. Romania’s largest airline based on passengers flown, the carrier has a network of over 50 destinations. It connects Amsterdam with Bucharest and Clug-Napoca in Romania.
One of Europe’s largest airlines, easyJet operates several low-cost flights from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Destinations include Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The airline also connects Amsterdam with Austria, Czechia, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy and Portugal.
Part of the Lufthansa Group, Eurowings connects Amsterdam with Hamburg and Stuttgard. With a fleet of over 100 aircraft, the airline has a network of 130 destinations. The German airline was formed in the early 1990s, although it transitioned from a regional airline to a low-cost carrier in 2015.
Jet2.com is a low-cost leisure airline with flights to more than 80 destinations across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. It also has seasonal services to the United States. From Amsterdam, Jet2.com offers low-cost flights to Birmingham and Leeds/Bradford in the United Kingdom.
Norwegian Air Shuttle
Norwegian Air Shuttle offers low-cost fares to destinations across Europe and elsewhere around the globe. Norway’s largest airline connects Amsterdam with several Scandinavian cities, including Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm.
Pegasus Airlines is a Turkish low-cost carrier. The airline connects Amsterdam with year-round flights to Antalya and Istanbul. It also offers seasonal flights to popular tourist destinations in Turkey, including Bodrum, Izmir and Kayseri.
Europe’s largest budget airline, Ryanair operates flights to Dublin and Malaga from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Most of the ultra low-cost airline’s operations in the Netherlands are focused at Eindhoven Airport.
With a base at Schiphol, Transavia is the Netherlands’ only low-cost airline. It links Amsterdam with destinations across Europe, including Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain. Transavia also connects Amsterdam with Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.
Nb. Not a low cost airline, however one with many options from Amsterdam is KLM. Visit KLM’s website for more information
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