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Cheap Flights from London Gatwick to Amsterdam

Flight information London Gatwick to Amsterdam

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$72

Non-stop airlines

2

Flights per week

77

Average flight time, total distance 365 kilometers

1h 15min

Most popular airline last month

Sun-Air

Amsterdam

1 airport

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Airlines That Fly from London Gatwick to Amsterdam

Direct flights from London Gatwick to Amsterdam can be booked with British Airways and EasyJet. There are dozens of other carriers offering connecting flights for this route, including Air Baltic, Air Europa, Air Linus, FlyBE, KLM, Norwegian Air International, and Turkish Airlines.

Departing from London Gatwick Airport

Located approximately 45 minutes south of London, London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is the second busiest airport in the UK. The airport is comprises of two terminals, which handle both domestic and international flights. Both terminals, which are appropriately named the North Terminal and the South Terminal, offer a wide range of services and amenities for travellers, including gift shops, restaurants, cafes, duty-free shopping, ATMs, meeting rooms, and currency exchange counters. Several paid-access lounges are located throughout both terminals, where travellers can relax, escape the crowds, and enjoy complimentary snacks before their flight. It is recommended that travellers on European flights arrive at the airport for check-in at least three hours before their a departure time.

Arriving at Amsterdam Airport

Amsterdam Schipol Airport (AMS) is comprised of one large terminal divided into three separate halls. The main terminal building is fully accessible and boasts restaurants, retail shops, information desks, fast-food concessions, currency exchange kiosks, conference facilities, showers, a prayer room, art exhibitions and a casino. The airport also houses the popular Communications Centre in the Lounge 2 area, which offers phones, computers, Internet Access, small work areas, and a post office. Outside of the Arrivals exit, you'll be greeted with numerous options for travelling to the city centre, including curses, trains, and taxis. Most ground transport options connect to Amsterdam's neighbouring towns and suburbs, such as Amstelveen, Bussum , Diemen, Hoofddorp, Pumerend, and Zaanstad.

What to Expect in Amsterdam: Travel Tips

Dutch is the main language spoken in Amsterdam and throughout the Netherlands, but you'll find that English is also widely spoken. Other languages you'll hear being spoken in Amsterdam are French and German. The currency used in Amsterdam is the Euro, which comes in paper denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 euros. Coin denominations are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, as well as 1 and 2 euro coins.

Currency exchange bureaus can be found throughout Amsterdam, but keep in mind that they often have higher commission rates than banks. ATMs connected to the PLUS and Cirrus networks are located throughout the city, and major credit cards are accepted almost everywhere. Amsterdam has several tourist offices which are located at Schipol Airport, in the Leidseplein, and at Central Station. Looking for affordable accommodations in Amsterdam? Click here to browse Skyscanner's hotel deals.

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