The Netherlands is a very popular tourist destination. There are several international airports that you can use to get to the right part of the country, so check them out to find out which one is the best option for you.
Amsterdam Airport — code IATA AMS — (
58 million passengers)
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is the country’s main international airport. It is located 9 km southwest of the Dutch capital. In terms of passenger traffic, this is the fifth busiest airport in Europe. This is a hub for KLM, Martinair, Transavia, TUI Airlines Netherlands and Corendon Dutch Airlines. Low cost carriers such as EasyJet and Vueling use it as a hub.
Eindhoven Airport — code IATA EIN — (
4.3 million passengers)
Einhoven Airport is located 8 km west of the city center. This is the second largest airport in the Netherlands. The airport serves both civil and military movement.
Rotterdam Airport — IATA RTM code — (
1.7 million passengers)
Rotterdam or The Hague Airport is just 5 km north of the city center of Rotterdam and is the country’s third largest airport. It serves the cities of Rotterdam and The Hague with their surroundings. It offers flights to European capital destinations.
Kralendijk Airport — code IATA BON — (
0.4 million Passengers)
Flamingo Airport or Bonaire Airport is an international airport serving the region of Kralendijk in the Netherlands. It serves as a secondary center for the Netherlands Antilles and Insel Air. During the season, it offers flights to metropolitan destinations throughout Europe.
Maastricht Airport — IATA MST code (
0.3 million Passengers)
Maastricht Aachen Airport is an international airport located 9 km north-east of the city of Maastricht and 28 km from Aachen in Germany. This is the second largest hub for cargo flights in the country. In high season, it offers charter flights to European destinations.
Groningen Airport — IATA GRQ code — (
0.2 million Passengers)
Edel Airport in Groningen is an international airport in the north-eastern part of the Netherlands. It is located 9 km south of Groningen. It includes flights throughout Europe and Turkey through Corendon Airlines, Transavia, Flybe, TUI Airlines Netherlands and Wizz Air.