KLM hub Amsterdam
With KLM the world is wide open to travellers through its hub in Amsterdam, one of the biggest European airports with a large number of direct connections.
KLM connects Graz to Amsterdam up to 7 times per week. The Dutch metropolis is not only one of the world’s top tourist destinations, but it also has one of the biggest European airports.
Worldwide travels via AMS with KLM
The huge network at Amsterdam’s airport, brings passengers easily to the destinations of their choice. A minimum connection time of 40 minutes within Europe and 50 minutes on intercontinental flights guarantees a swift journey. With KLM passengers benefit from a wide range of connections within Europe and especially to Northern America due to the partnership with Delta Airlines.
Major destinations you can reach with KLM via the AMS hub are, for example:
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Comfortable travelling with KLM via Schiphol Airport
Award winning Amsterdam Airport is following a one terminal concept, having all movements of departing, arriving and transfer passengers under one single roof. Multi-lingual staff is ready to help in over 100 different languages. For a relaxed layover XpresSpa for massage, massage chairs and rituals for personal care are available. An airport park provides a green environment with live tree and an outdoor terrace. In addition, over 85 art objects are a great way to spend possible waiting times.
At AMS you will benefit from divers self-service facilities (check-in, boarding, passport control, etc.) and you can enjoy a wide range of retail and shopping offers.
Easy accessibility of Amsterdam area and beyond
In case you are not travelling on by plane there are taxis, car rentals and strong public transport available. The train station is situated inside the terminal with 8 trains per hour to the centre of Amsterdam, direct trains to various cities in the Netherlands and high speed trains to Brussels, Paris and German cities.
Sustainable Schiphol Group
Schiphol Group behind the airport aims to lead by example when it comes to sustainability in the aviation sector. The ambition is to become the most sustainable airport operator in the world. Hence, their focus is on the topics sustainable aviation, zero emissions and zero-waste.