Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport, also known as Schipol, is the Netherland's main international airport. Find parking in Schiphol Airport with OnePark.
Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport is located about 5.6 miles south west of Amsterdam in Haarlemmermeer, North Holland and is the third-busiest airport in Europe. The airport was built over the former Haarlemmer lake which makes it one of the lowest-lying airports in the world.
A brief history of Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport
Schiphol Airport first began as a military airport during World War I in 1916. By 1920, the airport became a civilian airport with its first flight as a KLM flight from London to Amsterdam. During World War II Schiphol Airport was heavily bombed and only used for emergency landings. After the war it was restored and became the primary airport of Netherlands by 1949. In 2017, Schiphol Airport served 68.4 million passengers.
Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport, the Airport City
Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport is the main hub of KLM as well as other Dutch airlines. Schiphol Airport consists of a single terminal with three levels and divided into three different sections or halls. Departure Hall 1 is mainly for Schengen flights, whereas Departure hall 2 includes non-Schengen flights on the lower floor. Departure Hall 3 also handles non-Schengen flights and low-cost airlines. The airport includes numerous amenities such as shops, restaurants, museums, earning it the nickname ‘Airport City'. Parking in Amsterdam Schiphol Airport includes both short-term and long-term parking as well as valet parking.
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