Ryanair flies to Amsterdam Airport Schipol (AMS), also known informally as Schipol Airport. The airport houses three large departure halls within a single terminal It also has eight concourses: B, C, D, E, F, G, H and M.
Situated nine kilometres south west of Amsterdam, Schipol is the Netherlands’ most important airport. Schipol processes the third largest number of passengers in Europe after London Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle. Other Dutch airports are in Eindhoven, Rotterdam and Maastricht,
In addition to Ryanair, Dutch airline giant KLM and KLM Cityhopper use Schipol as a hub. Martinair, Transavia, TUI fly Netherlands and Corendon Dutch Airlines have their main hub at Schipol. Easyjet and LEVEL use Schipol as a base.
In addition to extensive shopping and dining opportunities, an offshoot of the Rijksmuseum with free admission alongside Schipol Airport Library is open to passengers. The airport also possesses the Panoramaterras, a spacious area where passengers can view the airport from the rooftop.
Trains leave in all kinds of directions directly from the airport, as for example to Amsterdam Central (Train) Station, which takes about 15 minutes.