Easyjet flies to the Schiphol International airport Amsterdam, which is the leading international airport in the Netherlands. It is located 20 minutes from Amsterdam city and connects to numerous airports; it operates with both international and domestic flights.
About the airport
It has a single passenger terminal with six concourses. The terminals have three levels, and the ground level is for arrival, the second level is for check-inn and departure while the third level has VIP lounges. There are several services, shops, and facilities within the airport.
The airport also has Holland casino and various cafes and restaurants. It is the base airport for Easyjet and Vueling, and also serves as the hub for national airlines as TUI fly Netherlands, Dutch airlines, and Transavia.
Amsterdam airport Arrival and departure guide
You can check-in online and print your boarding pass 30 days before up to 2 hours before your scheduled flight departure time. Flights departing to the UK withdraw from gate H, and all other Easyjet’s flights depart from gate M.
Arrivals from the UK are expected to go through passport control, and all other flights from Easyjet proceed straight to baggage collection and arrivals.
Traveling to and from the Schiphol airport Amsterdam
There are various modes of public transportation available in Schiphol airport, including trains, buses, and taxis. Schiphol train station is underneath the airport terminal, and you can pick up a train ticket from the machines in the Schiphol public terminal. It takes an average of 15 minutes on a direct intercity train from the airport to Amsterdam.
Several bus services are also available; to get to the buses, follow the sign towards Schipol plaza. There are even taxis at the airport, be careful with them to avoid scammers, walk to the yellow signs that say, ‘Official Taxi Stand.’