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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
7 hours 35 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Amsterdam|
|Flights arrive in:||Strasbourg|
|Airlines:||Royal Air Maroc, openskies, Iberia Express, HOP!, Air France, KLM, Turkish Airlines|
Flying is a great way to make the trip from Amsterdam to Strasbourg. During the week, there are 9 direct flights every day, and there are 6 at weekends. With journey times from 1 hour 5 minutes to 1 hour 10 minutes, it's not a long journey, either.
Both Air France and KLM offer direct flights to Strasbourg from Amsterdam, and passengers won't need to change. Air France also offer indirect services, usually with a brief stop in Nantes.
Flights from Amsterdam will take between 1 hour 5 minutes and 1 hour 10 minutes to get to Strasbourg, with no changes needed. When a stop is required, journey durations range from 4 hours 30 minutes to as much as 8 or 9 hours.
There are 9 direct flights to Strasbourg from Amsterdam during the week, with a good spread of morning, afternoon, and evening departures. The frequency drops to 6 at weekends.
Departure airport: All flights to Strasbourg will depart from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The best way to get to Schiphol from most parts of Amsterdam is to take high-speed rail connections from Amsterdam Centraal Station. These trains operate every 10-15 minutes and take about 15-20 minutes to reach the airport. Buses also run to Schiphol Plaza, while long and short stay parking is available on-site. So driving is a very strong option. Inside the airport, passengers will find ample shopping and dining options, as well as places to unwind before flying. There's even a division of the Rijksmuseum, with artworks and exhibits, as well as a garden area for extra relaxation.
Arrival airport: Flights from Amsterdam will arrive at Strasbourg Airport, around 7 miles southwest of the city center. Shuttle trains offer the best route into town from the airport. They leave every 15 minutes and take only 8-10 minutes to reach downtown Strasbourg. Those seeking onward transport within Strasbourg can also purchase Tram+TER tickets at the airport station, which may make it cheaper to get to their accommodation. Both car hire and taxis are also available if required.