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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 28 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Berlin|
|Flights arrive in:||Amsterdam|
|Airlines:||csa, Eurowings, Germanwings, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Air Serbia, Sas Airways, easyJet|
There are regular direct flights daily between Berlin and Amsterdam, and a wide range of one-stop services, allowing passengers to reach the Dutch capital from Berlin relatively easily. Flights depart from both Tegel and Schönefeld airports throughout the day, landing at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport around 75 – 90 minutes later.
Direct flights from Berlin to Amsterdam are provided by KLM and easyJet. EasyJet is the sole provider of direct flights from Schönefeld to Schiphol. Other airlines, which service the route indirectly, include Norwegian, Swiss, British Airways, Iberia and Eurowings. Between them, they provide a wide range of cities to change flights in.
Direct flight times between the German and Dutch capitals are fairly stable; it takes 1 hour 15 minutes to fly from Tegel, and 1 hour 30 minutes to fly with easyJet from Schönefeld. Indirect flight times vary widely, but the fastest one-stop services (which tend to fly first to Copenhagen or Brussels) can take as little as 3 hours.
There are usually around 7 – 10 direct flights available between the two cities daily, of which 2-3 are provided by easyJet from Schönefeld airport. There are upwards of 50 indirect flights which reach Amsterdam within 7 hours available every day, usually with stop-overs in cities such as Munich, Dusseldorf or Brussels.