British Airways has frequent flights to Amsterdam. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the main airport, 11 miles south-west of Amsterdam's city centre. British Airways has regular flights to London from Amsterdam. Twenty minutes after your flights land, you can arrive into Amsterdam Central Station by train, and explore Amsterdam's picture-postcard canals and winding streets. If you haven't been to Amsterdam before, make a beeline for the iconic Amsterdam landmark, Anne Frank's House.
After your flights land in Amsterdam, hop on a train from the station directly under the airport terminal and you'll arrive in Amsterdam city centre in under 20 minutes. After flights to Amsterdam you can also take one of the buses that leave every ten minutes, or one of Amsterdam's many taxis. The taxi ride into Amsterdam should take around 30 minutes on an average day, and the bus a little longer. During rush hour leave more time to get back to the airport to catch your return flights from Amsterdam.
Freshen up after your Amsterdam flight, then find out about the history of Amsterdam's most famous export beer at Amsterdam's Heineken Experience in a 19th-century Amsterdam brewery. Choose your favourite art period from Amsterdam's Museum Quarter. Or call into an Amsterdam diamond shop to see one being cut, and maybe even buy one to take with you on your flight home. In the evening you can refuel on Asian noodles and dim sum dumplings in Chinatown or fresh fish in Amsterdam's Old Harbour.