Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (IATA code AMS) is the main airport in the Netherlands, placed some 20 min drive from the capital city Amsterdam. There are six runways on the airport and a plan for a seventh runway, and one large terminal which is divided into three large departure halls plus a new part named Terminal 4 that is set in the same building. Amsterdam Airport is the main hub for the Amsterdam Airlines, the Royal Dutch Airlines KLM, Transavia, Martinair and Arkefly. An important European Airport, Schiphol is ranked fifth largest airport in Europe and has traffic of more than forty-five passengers per year. Part of the low-cost carriers prefer to make flights to smaller airports like Eindhoven Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport since Schiphol has high landing fees and intense traffic. Others use the low-cost H-pier and M-pier. The Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has a huge shopping zone, a small museum and a library, as well as a large panoramic terrace. The airport could be reached by car, by train and by several buses where the trip lasts for approximately fifteen minutes. There is also a free bus to the airport, which goes on every half hour and connects all the big hotels in the center of Amsterdam. 

Latitude 52
Longitude 4
Full name Amsterdam
Alternative names Schiphol Airport
Address Luchthaven Schiphol, Evert v/d Beekstraat 202, 1118 CP Schiphol, Nederland
Phone +31-207940800
Owner Schiphol Group