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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
1 hours 28 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Amsterdam|
|Flights arrive in:||Basel|
|Airlines:||KLM, Garuda Indonesia, easyJet|
For business travelers or vacationers planning a visit to Switzerland from the Netherlands, there are frequent daily direct flights to Basel from Amsterdam. Flights are provided by national carriers and a budget operator, seven days a week, with journey times from Amsterdam to the EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg of around one hour and 20 minutes. Schedules include morning, afternoon and evening departure times.
Budget airline EasyJet provides daily direct flights from Amsterdam to Basel. Dutch national airline KLM and French national carrier Air France also offer daily direct services from Amsterdam Schiphol. Given the short flight distance, indirect connections on this route are impractical.
The fastest flights to Basel from Amsterdam are some direct connections with KLM and Air France taking one hour and 15 minutes to cover the 354-mile route south-east to the Swiss city. Most direct connections take five minutes longer to reach Basel.
There are eight daily direct flights to Basel from Amsterdam Schiphol. Schedules include daily services with national carriers KLM and Air France. Budget airline EasyJet also offers two direct flights to Basel from Sunday-Friday and one flight on Saturdays. Weekday departure times include two morning, three afternoon and three evening flights to Basel.
Departure airport: Flights depart from Amsterdam Schiphol. One of Europe's major flight hubs, Schiphol Airport is located about six miles south-west of central Amsterdam, with frequent rail connections from the main station, taking about 20 minutes to reach the departures hall. The terminal has long and short stay parking lots, cafe-bars and restaurants, a library, a luxury shopping mall, business lounges, and free WiFi.
Arrival airport: Passengers will alight at EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg. Located in the Swiss, French and German border region, the EuroAirport is two miles north-west of central Basel, with public transport connections provided by regular shuttle buses downtown on line 50, taking 20 minutes to reach the central station. Facilities at the terminal include fashion stores, duty-free shopping, international restaurants, car rental desks, taxi stands, and free WiFi.