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Flights to Eindhoven

Flights to Eindhoven take you to a bustling city in the south of the Netherlands. There are direct services to the city's small Eindhoven Airport from London's Stansted Airport on Ryanair. Eindhoven Airport is just three miles from the city center making flights to Eindhoven the most efficient way to get to this fascinating Dutch city.

Which is the main airport in Eindhoven?

Eindhoven Airport is this city's small airport, located three miles from the city center. A regular airport shuttle is available for transport to Eindhoven station. Local buses are also available. There's an efficient train service between Eindhoven railroad station and Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, taking ninety minutes.

Which airlines offer flights to Eindhoven?

There are regular direct flights from London Stansted to Eindhoven Airport on Ryanair, which is the only airline currently to fly this route without requiring a change. If you're departing from any other British airport, you'll need to connect first to London, or in some cases another European city, and then fly on to Eindhoven Airport. Direct flights take just over an hour from London.

Why travel by plane to Eindhoven?

Eindhoven's small airport means that flying to Eindhoven is the most efficient way of traveling to this compact and fascinating Dutch city. Easy access to the city center is another plus for passengers, as are the regular links to and from Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.

Before you travel to Eindhoven by plane - good to know!

Eindhoven is a city with many secrets, well known by locals and less so to outsiders. One is that there's a wide array of fascinating museums. Van Abbemuseum is an art gallery with a seriously good collection including works by Picasso, Chagall and Mondrian. Philips First Incandescent Lamp Factory of 1891 is the long name of a small museum celebrating the city's main claim to fame as the home of the first factory of the Dutch multinational Philips. The best way to travel around Eindhoven is as locals do: by bike, available to rent from the railroad station. There's an extensive bus network, too. Save money by buying what the Dutch call an "OV-chipkaart", a plastic card on which credit can be loaded for numerous journeys. They're available from vending machines at the railroad station and bus company offices.

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