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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

  • PAX: 71,000,000
  • IATA: AMS
  • ICAO: EHAM

About The Airport

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol – Gateway to the Netherlands

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (hereafter ‘Schiphol’) is the largest international airport in the Netherlands, and an important commercial, traveller and cargo gateway to and from Europe. Royal Schiphol Group is the operator of several Dutch airports, including Schiphol, Rotterdam The Hague and Lelystad Airports, and majority shareholders in Eindhoven Airport

Airport Facts

Over the years, Schiphol has become one of Europe’s best-connected airport hubs. 71.1M travellers were welcomed in 2018, a year-on-year growth of 3.7%. Those travellers were connected to upwards of 327 destinations, ranking us second worldwide for hub connectivity. Schiphol and the greater area also serve as an important marketplace – the airport accommodates 500+ companies that employ upwards of 67,000 people. In addition, we facilitated cargo volumes of 1.72M tonnes in 2018

Market Facts

The airport is very centrally located. AMS is only 15 minutes by train from Amsterdam's city centre and can be reached by car within 1½ hour from all major Dutch cities. Over 2,200 international companies are situated in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area

Facts and Figures

  • List of Top 5 Airlines: KLM, easyJet, Transavia, Delta Air LInes, TUIfly
  • Number of Serving Airlines: 108
  • Number of Direct Destinations: 327
  • Number of Terminals: 1
  • Number of Runways: 5
  • Length of Main Runway (m): 3,800 metres
  • Passenger Numbers (mppa): 71.1 million passengers in 2018
  • Cargo Tonnes (p.a.): 1.72 milion tonnes cargo in 2018
  • Operational Opening Hours: 24/7
  • Aircraft Parking Stands: 225