Amsterdam, Netherlands Jet Charters
Home to world-class museums, Heineken and one of the most elaborate canal systems you'll ever see
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From the notorious Red Light District to the magnificent Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam is a city like none other. With its unmistakable canals and tall, narrow dwellings, the Dutch capital is a must-see destination for any European traveller. Read more about private jet charter flights in Amsterdam
Amsterdam jet charter information
The capital city in the Netherlands, as well as the premier spot for culture and business in the country, Amsterdam is a must-see for the casual and professional traveler alike. Situated across the River Amstel, the city expands from its hub at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange into various residential and commercial districts. Since its earliest days as a port city, Amsterdam has been the economic cornerstone of the Netherlands, and it has remained so into the modern day. Many businesses from around the world maintain their headquarters in the city, including:
- Royal Bank of Scotland
- Heineken International
- ING Group
Things to Do in Amsterdam
A series of beautiful and historic canals, dating back to the 17th century, connect major districts, as well as extensive rail systems making street traffic remarkably light. Surrounded by water on three sides, Amsterdam enjoys an oceanic climate and summers are rarely hot. Amsterdam culture accommodates a wide variety of tastes, from the notorious Red Light District to some of the world's finest coffee houses and cafes in the city's center that can legally sell small quantities of cannabis to those of legal age. Perhaps the most popular and emotional tourist attraction in Amsterdam is the Anne Frank Museum. It is located at the actual canal-side house where the Frank family hid from Nazi occupation for two years. Or perhaps your ideal Amsterdam vacation includes a tour of chic European shopping? If so, the Nine Streets in the heart of the canal district is for you. Explore an eclectic display of designer and artisan goods and experience local and regional cuisines. Wherever your day's adventures bring you, be sure to save enough energy to explore Amsterdam's night scene. The Concetgebouh concert hall is renowned for its excellent acoustics, while the Boom Chicago offers a lighter fare of comedy shows and video music. Amsterdam's cultural philosophy for many years has been one of acceptance of diverse backgrounds and incorporates cuisines and arts from regions all around the world. Be sure to take a tour of the old Heineken Brewery, which has since been transformed into a museum that offers daily tours. There’s a beer hall at the end of the tour where you can sample the famous lager.
How to Book Charter Flights to Amsterdam
Stratos Jet Charters offers dependable and luxurious private charter flights to Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Book your next personal or business charter flight to Amsterdam and experience the amazing services that Stratos Jets can provide. A Stratos Jets air charter consultant can arrange a flight in as little as four hours’ notice, personalized to your individual and professional needs. Our consultants are among the most knowledgeable in the industry and we have staff on standby at all times. All of our partner operators meet or exceed international safety and mechanical regulations and are independently audited to ensure continued excellence. With Stratos Jets, you can rest assured that your travel needs will be met, so you can focus on exploring all that Amsterdam has to offer.
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Amsterdam Jet Charter Airports
Schiphol Airport (EHAM) is the primary air transportation hub serving Amsterdam and the surrounding area. It is a major international airport that handles great volumes of commercial air traffic flowing through Western Europe. Fortunately, the Schiphol East terminal is dedicated to private charter flights of up to 19 passengers on the ‘Oostbaan’ runway.