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Schiphol is European home base for Air France, KLM and other SkyTeam airlines. It operates 24/7  365 days a year.

One hour free Wi-Fi service is available "Schiphol Airport" network. Passengers simply need to log in using your mobile, laptop or smart device. If you don’t have a device but need the internet, you can visit the Internet centre near gate C.


Getting there

Schiphol airport is only 15 kilometres from central Amsterdam, an easy taxi journey of 25 minutes or 15 minutes train journey. The airport has direct access to the national rail network.

 

Connections:

Schiphol is designed under the One-Terminal concept, this means that all the facilities are in a single building. It is not necessary to reclaim your baggage since this will be loaded automatically into your connecting flight.

Transferring within and between terminals

From E.U. Schengen flight to E.U. Schengen flight passengers need to proceed directly to their connecting gate.

From E.U. Schengen flight to non-Schengen flight passengers need clear passport control and security before proceeding to their connecting gate.

From non-Schengen flight to non-Schengen flight passengers need to clear security before proceeding to their connecting gate.

From non-Schengen flight to E.U. Schengen flight passengers need to clear passport control and security before proceeding to thier connecting gate.

Various other areas facilities at the Holland Boulevard include a library, a museum, a casino, health spa, children’s play area; baby care lounge, a hotel, meditation centre and baggage lockers.

Airport Lounges

Irrespective of the class of service passengers are flying, there are airport lounges that can be accessible by paying at the door, booking a day lounge pass or through a lounge membership program such as Priority Pass. In this guide with give you an overview of all lounges existing at Amsterdam Schiphol airport.

 

  • KLM Crown Lounges: There are two; Lounge 25 is located in the Schengen area, on the second floor opposite the D-pier. Lounge 52 for intercontinental travellers is also located on the second floor opposite the F-pier. There will be renovations in this area until March 2019, so there may be access issues during this time. These lounges are accessible to business class passengers or Flying Blue Platinum / Gold or SkyTeam Elite Plus membership. More information.

 

  • Aspire Lounges: Aspire Lounge 41 for international flights is located on the top floor at the E-pier. This lounge is open from 06:00-23:30.The Aspire Lounge 26 for the Schengen area is on the second floor after the security check. The opening hours are Monday-Friday and Sunday from 05:30-21:30, and Saturday from 05:30-20:00. They are open to all travellers, irrespective of which airline, or class you are travelling in. The Aspire Lounges contain computer units, free Wi-Fi, newspapers, drinks and snacks. The fee is £24. More information.

 

  • British Airways Lounge:  Lounge 40 is located on the second floor above Departure Hall 2 and 3. The lounge is open every day from 05:30-21:30 and it offers complimentary WiFi, drinks and snacks. Access to Business Class / First Class / Sapphire Tier / Emerald Tier. More information.

 

  • Privium Lounges: There are two, and they are both run by the airport. The Privium ClubLounge is located before security. You can find it between Departure Halls 1 and 2, just behind check-in desk row 9. The Privium Airside Lounge is located after security, on Holland Boulevard at E-pier behind Dutch Bar & Kitchen. This one is suitable for travellers flying to a non-Schengen destination. These lounges are only accessible by Privium Members. More information.