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Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Amsterdam

Flight information Birmingham to Amsterdam

Cheapest return price last month

£66

Direct airlines

4

Flights per week

76

Average flight time, total distance 274 miles

1h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Flybe

Amsterdam

1 airport

Airlines that fly from Birmingham to Amsterdam

Flybe and KLM Cityhopper both fly from Birmingham to Amsterdam.

Terminal Information – Departing

Birmingham Airport only has one terminal. While you wait for your flight to Amsterdam you can treat yourself to a manicure at Cloud Nails, pick up a new outfit at Next, or stock up on reading for the flight at WHSmith. Other shops include Dixons Travel, World Duty Free, and Pandora.

There are 12 eateries at the airport, serving a range of appetites. For a quick on-the-go bite there's the likes of Burger King, Costa, and Pret a Manger; if you fancy a sit down meal you can relax at Giraffe, Frankie & Benny's, or All Bar One. For a classy tipple before your flight there's the Blanc et Noir champagne bar, or for a more down to earth experience you can head to Wetherspoon. Remember to take it easy: flight crew are entitled to refuse passengers who have had a little too much to drink.

If you like to travel in style there are two airport lounges to choose from. Prices at The Aspire Lounge start at £18.99 per adult, while the No.1 Traveller Lounge charges £27.50 per adult. Prices are lower if you book in advance. Both lounges offer refreshments, free Wi-Fi, and a comfortable place to relax before you fly.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Schiphol Airport is absolutely massive. It doesn't really matter which terminal you land at, however, as everyone ends up in the same place: Schiphol Plaza, the huge arrivals area. The taxi rank, train station and bus stops are well signposted so you shouldn't have much trouble finding your way into the city. The train is by far the quickest way to reach Amsterdam. The station is located just underneath the airports. If you prefer taxis you'll be spending a bit more, alternatively you can hire a car at the airport

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Airport transfers

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Practical Information

You need a valid passport to travel to Amsterdam from the UK. Your passport must be valid for the full duration of your stay. British passports that have been extended by 12 months by a British Embassy or Consulate will also be accepted.

What to expect in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is by no means a den of iniquity. Outside of the red light district the streets are generally quiet and peaceful. Remember to be respectful. While Amsterdam is renowned for its relaxed attitude towards soft drugs, possession is still very much illegal. You can face jail if you're caught buying drugs on the street. The only place where possession, purchase, and use is tolerated is in the coffee shops.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.