Amsterdam is a popular destination for city breaks. It’s only airport – Schiphol (AMS) – is around an hour’s flight away from London, so it’s easy to get to. And, as Amsterdam is the capital city of the Netherlands, it’s crammed with things to see and do. Book a flight from London to Amsterdam in the morning and you could be picnicking in the Vondelpark the same afternoon. Or, hire a bike or hop on a tram to tick off the city’s top attractions. With a London to Amsterdam flight, the choice is yours.
Flights from London to Amsterdam take around 1 hour 10 minutes, although it can vary. The shortest direct flight time is around 1 hour from either London Stansted or London Luton Airport.
EasyJet, KLM and British Airways are all popular airlines that offer flights between London and Amsterdam.
It’s important to remember that airlines offering flights from London to Amsterdam operate on different schedules and may not fly from your chosen airports or on your preferred travel dates. Use the search function above and add filters to find the best flight for you.
Flights between London and Amsterdam tend to run multiple times a day from several London airports, which allows for plenty of choice when searching for flights.
You can book flights to Amsterdam from the following London airports: London Gatwick, London Luton, Heathrow, Stansted, London Southend and London City.
The cheapest route between London and Amsterdam is flying from London Stansted, although this can vary. The departure time and distance of your flight are significant factors in the cost of your airfare. While the ticket price is important, though, it’s also worth thinking about transportation options and associated costs in getting to and from the airport, as well as in your final destination.
London to Amsterdam flights put all the best bits of this Dutch city at your fingertips. Like London, Amsterdam is full of cultural highlights – from Anne Frank House to the Van Gogh Museum. And you can’t leave without a wander through the Red Light District. Plus, Amsterdam weather is similar to the weather in London, which makes planning a visit nice and easy. Summer peaks at around 21 degrees, while in winter it can dip just below freezing. So, find a cheap flight from London to Amsterdam, book an Amsterdam hotel in your chosen area, then set off and explore at your own pace.
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