Doncaster to Amsterdam flights

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Departure Sun, 31 05 2020 Return Sun, 7 06 2020
EMA East Midlands
AMS Amsterdam
return from £179
Departure Thu, 18 06 2020 Return Thu, 25 06 2020
EMA East Midlands
AMS Amsterdam
return from £205
Departure Sat, 6 06 2020 Return Sat, 13 06 2020
LBA Leeds Bradford
AMS Amsterdam
return from £159
Departure Fri, 19 06 2020 Return Mon, 22 06 2020
LBA Leeds Bradford
AMS Amsterdam
return from £66
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Last checked on 26 May 2020
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Amsterdam are 5% cheaper than in Doncaster.

Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 19% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Doncaster.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 103% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Doncaster.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 37% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Doncaster.

( Doncaster airports
  • ? East Midlands (EMA)
    How far from city centre: 49 miles
  • ? Leeds Bradford (LBA)
    How far from city centre: 32 miles
  • ? Sheffield (DSA)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
) Amsterdam airports
  • ? Schiphol (AMS)
    How far from city centre: 1 miles
  • ? Welschap (EIN)
    How far from city centre: 67 miles
  • ? Rotterdam (RTM)
    How far from city centre: 40 miles
L Distance: 263 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Doncaster to Amsterdam

How long is the flight from Doncaster to Amsterdam?

Direct flights between Doncaster and Amsterdam take as little as 1 hour and 10 minutes, slightly longer depending on the flight path.

Is there a time change from Doncaster to Amsterdam?

Yes. Amsterdam is on Central European Time (CET), one hour ahead of Doncaster's Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

What documentation do I need to fly to Amsterdam from Doncaster?

You'll need to carry a valid passport to travel from Doncaster to Amsterdam.

Which airlines fly from Doncaster to Amsterdam?

Several airlines offer cheap flights from Doncaster to Amsterdam, principally:

  • Jet2, a British charter and low-budget airline, based at Leeds Bradford Airport.
  • Flybe, Europe's biggest independent regional carrier, headquartered in Exeter.
  • Aer Lingus, Ireland's national flag carrying airline, based in Dublin.

How to find cheap flights from Doncaster to Amsterdam

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When are the best times to fly from Doncaster to Amsterdam?

  • April is the best time to see the famous Dutch tulip fields in full bloom, and it's a beautiful time to visit Amsterdam, too, with its green spaces brought to life and flowers brightening up the canals.
  • July is the time to see Amsterdam at its creative best, with dozens of public events and festivals taking place under the summer sun. Catch a lunchtime concert at museum square, watch the buskers, or find a space on a bridge, as the locals do, to take in the sunset.

Airports in Doncaster

Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is one of Yorkshire's two major commercial airports operating international and domestic flights. The other one, Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA), is located an hour's drive from Doncaster.

Useful information about Doncaster Sheffield Airport

Doncaster Sheffield Airport is located just 3 miles south-east of Doncaster Town Centre.

How to get to the airport:

  • By car or taxi – 10 minutes from Doncaster. 24/7 pre-bookable airport taxi service.
  • By train – direct trains run frequently from Leeds, Sheffield, York, Newcastle, London (1 hour 35 minutes) and elsewhere to Doncaster train station, just a few minutes walk to the Frenchgate Interchange for airport transfers.
  • By bus – lines 57a and 57c run to the airport from Frenchgate Interchange in Doncaster Town Centre, between 5am and midnight, with a journey time of between 25-40 minutes. From Sheffield, the 737 service from Sheffield Interchange takes 45 minutes to Doncaster Airport departures.

Services: business facilities, airport lounge, currency exchange, ATMs, duty-free shopping, assistance for disabled and reduced mobility passengers, paid and limited free WiFi, and a choice of food outlets.

Airports in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is home to one of the 15 busiest airports in the world: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS).

Useful information about Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is located in Haarlemmermeer, about 6 miles south-west of Amsterdam.

How to get from the airport to the city:

  • By bicycle – a 15km signposted cycle route links Amsterdam Airport to the city. Bike hire and a map of the cycleways are available at the airport.
  • By train – train departures to central Amsterdam leave from the lower level of the airport, running 24/7 and every 10 minutes from 5am and midnight. The journey time is 20 minutes.
  • By taxi or car – 30-45 minutes into central Amsterdam, depending on traffic. Licensed taxis and car rental are available at arrivals.
  • By bus – the Amsterdam Airport Express (line 397) to Rijksmuseum, Museumplein and Leidseplein departs every 15 minutes throughout the day, taking approximately 40 minutes to reach the city centre.

Services: free WiFi, luggage storage lockers, car hire, tourist information services, accessible toilets, baby care facilities, currency exchange, ATMs, public showers, designated smoking areas, pharmacy, and a wide range of food and retail outlets.

What to do and visit in Amsterdam

  • Rent a bike and cycle around Amsterdam's beautiful canalways. With 1,500 bridges, flat roads and cycle-friendly rules, Amsterdam is an ideal city for cycling.
  • Join a walking tour or hop on a canal boat tour and cruise past some of Amsterdam's many architectural wonders: like medieval wooden houses in the Old Centre, countless old warehouses, beautiful churches and ornate canalside houses, and the iconic 17th-century Magere Brug draw bridge over the Canal Ring.
  • Visit one of Amsterdam's markets (get a whiff of the flowers at the Bloemenmarket, or stock up at the bustling Cuypstraat local market) and relax with a picnic and maybe catch an outdoor theatre show in Vondelpark.
  • Don't miss sampling Amsterdam's world-class array of museums: the Rijksmuseum is top of the list for its unrivalled collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, but the Anne Frank House and Van Gogh Museum are also unmissable.
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