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Flight from Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Intl to Amsterdam Schiphol
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Looking for cheap airfare to Amsterdam? 25% of our users found tickets to Amsterdam for the following prices or less: From Mumbai ₹ 32,870 one-way - ₹ 44,391 round-trip, from Hyderabad ₹ 49,466 one-way - ₹ 59,898 round-trip, from Vasco da Gama ₹ 45,449 one-way - ₹ 65,973 round-trip
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High season is considered to be July, August and September. The cheapest month to fly from India is February.
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Travellers who would like to freshen up and change after their flights to Amsterdam can use the showers at YOTELAIR or Mercure Hotel at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Renting the shower for 45 minutes at YOTELAIR costs € 15 (approximately ₹1,220).
If you are in Amsterdam for the first time and would like to get some tips to help plan your time in the city, stop by the iAmsterdam Visitor Centre after your flight to Amsterdam. Apart from useful information, you can get a map and some brochures for tours and things to see and do in the area.
Need to let off some steam or just want to unwind after your flight to Amsterdam? Go to the Airport Park, where you can sit down and enjoy some greenery. If you are in the mood for a little activity, you can hop on one of the exercise bikes and charge your phone at the same time. You can also visit the meditation centre if you want a few minutes to gather your thoughts in silence.
Have a lot of time until your flight? You can connect to Wi-Fi free of charge in all indoor areas of Amsterdam Airport and surf the web or chat with your friends and family. If you want to use a computer and do not have your own with you, head to the internet lounge, where you can use one for free. In case you want to use the internet to watch videos or download files, you might have to purchase a premium Wi-Fi service.
If you have a stopover at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, avoid boredom by going to Holland Boulevard, which is located between lounge 2 and 3. The area includes an art exhibition from the famous Rijksmuseum, interactive features from the NEMO Science Museum and a library where you can relax and enjoy a book.
FAQs - booking Amsterdam flights
For parents who are travelling with infants, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport provides a baby care lounge equipped with wash basins, changing tables and bed cabins, so as well as feeding and changing your baby, you can bathe them and put to sleep. Bigger kids can burn off energy at the play area in Holland Boulevard or have fun experimenting at the stations provided by NEMO Science Museum.
If you want to exchange money for the local currency after your flight to Amsterdam, GWK Travelex and ABN AMRO currency exchange counters have a number of locations throughout the airport. There are also ATMs where you can withdraw euros.
If you want to have a meal immediately after your flight to Amsterdam, there are a number of eateries available at Amsterdam Airport. Kebaya offers a variety of Asian dishes and Toko to go specialises in Indonesian cuisine. Those who want a taste of Dutch food should visit Tastes from the Lowlands, Dutch Kitchen or DUTCH & Delicious. For fans of pizza there is Pizza Per Tutti and for those who like sweet treats, Urban Beans has some cookies and other snacks.
Yes, for a quick transfer between the city centre and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, take a train from the airport station to Amsterdam Central Station. The trip will take about 15 minutes and you can buy tickets from the yellow machines at the station. An alternative is express bus 397, which travels to the centre from Schiphol Plaza at the airport.
The flight route Mumbai to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport was the most popular route on KAYAK over the last 3 days. A return flight could be found for ₹ 51,135. Also in the last 3 days, Mumbai was the most budget-friendly place to find a flight to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport with one-way tickets at ₹ 1,782,454 and ₹ 3,325,545 return.
Air France, Delta, and KLM usually have the most frequent connections from India to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
The city centre of Amsterdam is 11 km from Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is served by Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, also commonly referred to as Amsterdam Airport Schiphol or Schiphol. The airport code is AMS.
Air France, Delta and KLM have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Amsterdam Schiphol. Confirm policies on booking site.
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