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On average, there are six to eight direct flights from Edinburgh to Amsterdam each day, including at weekends. Add the many flights with one or two stopovers, and passengers have access to approximately 50 routes on any given day. A typical direct flight takes around one and a half hours, and planes take off at regular intervals from morning to evening.
Airlines providing regular direct and indirect flights from Edinburgh to Amsterdam include KLM, British Airways, Ryanair, Flybe and British Airways. EasyJet offers at least one direct flight each day and is often the fastest option.
A flight to Amsterdam from Edinburgh takes around one and a half hours. However, travel times can range from around four to nine hours if there are en route stopovers in cities like London, Copenhagen or Paris. However, easyJet often offers the fastest option with flight durations of around one and a half hours.
There are up to eight direct flights per day or as many as 50 with stopovers in key cities. EasyJet flies directly to Amsterdam from Edinburgh between one and three times daily. Departures are regularly spaced at approximately half hour intervals throughout the day.
Departure Airport:Flights from Edinburgh to Amsterdam depart from Edinburgh Airport (EDN) 5.8 miles from the city centre. It is easy to reach by tram and central departure points include Princes Street and Haymarket. Alternatively, travellers can take the Airlink 100 bus service which leaves from Waverley Station every 10 minutes. Drivers will find good parking facilities at the airport.
Arrival airport:Flights from Edinburgh to Amsterdam terminate at Schiphol Airport (AMS). The airport is Europe's third busiest and is 5.6 miles southwest of the city centre. Schiphol has an excellent range of shops and restaurants as well as free WiFi. Trains into the city depart from Schiphol Plaza under the airport every 10 minutes and the journey takes 20 minutes. The 397 Airport Express bus leaves from outside Schiphol Plaza and taxis are also available.
Flights from Edinburgh to Amsterdam depart from Edinburgh International Airport, which is 9 km from the city centre. Edinburgh Tramway and Airlink Express Buses run frequently between the airport and the city, taking around thirty minutes. Local buses also provide services into Edinburgh, but with a longer journey time. Car rental desks and taxis are available at the airport. Lothian and First Bus operate Edinburgh's network of bus routes, including night buses.
Much of Amsterdam is built on reclaimed land, with five concentric canals circling the city. These are connected by cobbled streets and pretty bridges. Hop-on hop-off water taxis give easy access to the city's attractions and museums, such as Anne Frank's house, the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. Amsterdam is full of squares and markets, some of which float on the canals, as well as having a vibrant cafe culture, both day and evening. Flights from Edinburgh to Amsterdam land at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, which is located 15 km South West of the city. The airport has one large terminal, split into three distinct areas. The airport has ample parking, as well as car rental desks and taxi ranks. Schiphol is linked to Amsterdam Centraal Station by frequent trains and Express Buses, with both services running throughout the night. Amsterdam's public transport system consists of water taxis, trams and buses, some of which have services 24-hours a day.