Frankfurt to Amsterdam

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Flight information Frankfurt to Amsterdam

Cheapest return price last month


Direct airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 211 miles

1h 10min

Most popular airline last month



1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Amsterdam: Amsterdam.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Frankfurt to Amsterdam is £80. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 10min is the average flight time from Frankfurt to Amsterdam.
There are 6 airlines who fly direct from Frankfurt to Amsterdam.
As of October, there are 86 flights per week flying from Frankfurt to Amsterdam.

Flights from Frankfurt to Amsterdam are primarily offered through the airlines Lufthansa, British Airways, and KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines) but are also offered by other airlines such as Air France, Czech Airlines, and SWISS. Lufthansa, British Airways, and KLM all offer direct route flights. However, British Airways also provides cheap flights from Frankfurt to Amsterdam with a layover in Dublin, Ireland, and KLM offers flights with layovers in Paris, France. Air France, Czech Airlines, and SWISS also have layovers throughout Europe. Flights from Frankfurt to Amsterdam are available every day of the week, so it's easy to get where you need to go whenever it's convenient for you.

Frankfurt Airport (FRA) generally has cheap flights from Frankfurt to Amsterdam departing from Terminal 1. Terminal 1 provides travellers with a large selection of food and shopping options, including a duty-free shop and business services. Flights arriving from Frankfurt into Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) generally arrive at Terminal 2. Terminal 2 offers eating, drinking, business facilities, and a library.

EU nationals do not need a passport or national ID to travel from Frankfurt to Amsterdam. However, it is strongly suggested to have identification in case of emergency circumstances. Non-EU nationals are required to have a passport to fly from Frankfurt to Amsterdam and may be required to have a visa from their nation of citizenship.

Frankfurt Airport offers many check-in options, including late night check-in, automatic check-in, check-in at the long-distance train station, and check-in at an airline counter. Frankfurt Airport suggests arriving 2-3 hours before flight departure.

Destination Comparison

Both Frankfurt and Amsterdam are part of the Central European Time Zone (UTC +1), and the Central European Summer Time Zone (UTC +2) during the summer months. Frankfurt and Amsterdam have similar climates, averaging around 17-19 °C in the summer and 1-5 degrees in the winter.

In Frankfurt, the average cost for a meal is around £11, whereas in Amsterdam, the average cost is about £13. In Frankfurt, the cost of a taxi from the airport to the city centre is roughly £22 while in Amsterdam, it would cost about £47. In general, cost of living is lower in Frankfurt compared to Amsterdam. Restaurant prices are about 16 percent lower in Frankfurt. Consumer prices are about 5 percent lower in Frankfurt than in Germany. Travellers to Amsterdam from Frankfurt should be aware that the currency that is used in both countries is the Euro (€). Travellers from other countries should also be aware of their respective country's conversion rates with the Euro.

In Frankfurt, the main language spoken is German, the official language of Germany. More specifically, you're likely to encounter the German dialect Frankfurterisch, which is related to the Hessisch dialect. In Amsterdam, the main language spoken is Dutch, which is the official language of the Netherlands. In areas that cater to travellers, you're likely to encounter vendors who can speak English.

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