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Flights from Amsterdam
Flights from Amsterdam generally depart from the extensive modern Schiphol Airport. The facilities at the airport are extensive, and there are plenty of opportunities for shopping or dining, as well as a range of entertainment options on-site at Schiphol.
Getting to Amsterdam Schiphol
There are a number of ways to get from the city centre in Amsterdam to the airport at Schiphol to catch a flight to one of many international destinations. Drivers can make use of the extensive parking facilities at Schiphol, and have options for both the type of parking and the distance from the terminal. Smart and valet parking are available, for example, while access to the airport terminal may be through a foot tunnel or by shuttle bus. In either case, the terminal should be no more than 10 minutes away.
By public transport, Schiphol can be reached by bus or train, and a number of hotels offer a complementary shuttle bus service for guests catching flights from Amsterdam. There is a comprehensive network of bus routes that take passengers to Schiphol from around the Amsterdam area. Meanwhile, the railway station is located immediately below the airport and provides comprehensive rail links to locations in the Netherlands, as well as to a number of cities in Germany and Belgium.
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Flights to Madrid land at Madrid-Barajas Airport, located eight miles to the north east of the Spanish capital. Passengers will find the city easy to get to. There is an underground rail service which departs from terminals 2 and 4. Alternatively, passengers can take a taxi into Madrid; the journey should take around 30 minutes. Visitors on flights Madrid landing at the airport will also be treated to some contemporary culture as it is home to both temporary and permanent art works.
Madrid is a mixture of the old and new and a city of contrasting styles. It is home to some six million people and is an intriguing place to visit, offering much to see and do. Like the rest of Spain, the capital is famed for its festivals including the Festival de Oto–o, which features dance music and theatre, and the Festival Flamenco Caja Madrid. Rock music fans are not forgotten either as the city plays host to Metrorock, featuring both local and international bands. Concerts are also held at the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas which also happens to be the country's largest bullfighting ring.
The Spanish capital is also famed for its museums and art galleries, which include the Museo del Prado and Reina Sof’a. It is also home to one of the world's most famous football clubs, Real Madrid, who play at the 84,000 capacity BernabŽu Stadium. Visit the ebookers.com website to book flights from Amsterdam to Madrid.
Airports in Amsterdam , NL
Amsterdam-Schiphol airport (AMS)
Distance from City Center: 11.3 kilometers
Carriers for flights from AMS to MAD
CarriersIberia, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Airports in Madrid , ES
Barajas airport (MAD)
Distance from City Center: 13 kilometers
Terminals and carriers for flights from AMS to MAD
Terminal Carriers Terminal 2 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Terminal 4 Iberia
Aircraft options between Amsterdam and Madrid
|Boeing 737-700 (Winglets) Passenger||KLM Royal Dutch Airlines|
|Boeing 737 Passenger||KLM Royal Dutch Airlines|
|Boeing 737-900 (Winglets) Passenger||KLM Royal Dutch Airlines|
|Airbus Industrie A319||Iberia|
|Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) Passenger||KLM Royal Dutch Airlines|
|Airbus Industrie A320||Iberia|
|Airbus Industrie A321||Iberia|
|Airbus Industrie A318/A319/320/321||Iberia|
- 6 direct flights are operating from Amsterdam to Madrid today.
- Today’s average time for a direct flight is 2h 37m.
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 1699 (01:50 GMT, Boeing 737 Passenger) is today’s earliest available flight from Amsterdam to Madrid.
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 1707 (15:50 GMT, Boeing 737 Passenger) is today’s latest available flight from Amsterdam to Madrid.
- Today’s shortest direct flight from Amsterdam to Madrid (KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 1699, Boeing 737 Passenger) takes 2h 35m.
- Today’s longest direct flight from Amsterdam to Madrid (Iberia flight 2621, Airbus Industrie A318/A319/320/321) takes 2h 50m.
Daily flight schedule for Sun, May 19, 2013
|Carrier||Flight #||Departing||Arriving||Aircraft||Flight time|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||KL1699||AMS||06:50||MAD||09:25||737||2hr 35min|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||KL1701||AMS||09:30||MAD||12:05||737||2hr 35min|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||KL1709||AMS||12:45||MAD||15:20||737||2hr 35min|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||KL1703||AMS||13:40||MAD||16:15||737||2hr 35min|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||KL1705||AMS||16:45||MAD||19:20||737||2hr 35min|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||KL1707||AMS||20:50||MAD||23:25||737||2hr 35min|