Hire a Private Jet to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a fast-paced city that characterizes the spirit of the Netherlands. There is no shortage of activities in which to engage during a visit by private jet, from museums to shopping to Dutch cuisine and beyond.

What is the best airport to travel to and from Amsterdam?

Our team of private aviation advisors recommend Amsterdam Schiphol Airport for travel to and from Amsterdam.

Which kind of Aircraft is available to land in Amsterdam?

The aircraft models that can land in Amsterdam are:

Seats: 4

Speed: 421 kts | 780 km/h

Range: 1381 nm | 2557 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 377 kts | 700 km/h

Range: 1290 nm | 2389 km

Seats: 17

Speed: 516 kts | 956 km/h

Range: 6600 nm | 12223 km

Seats: 8

Speed: 269 kts | 500 km/h

Range: 1742 nm | 3226 km

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Oskars Madernieks Operations controller

Oskars Madernieks

Operations controller

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Tamsin Ayris Private Aviation Advisor

Tamsin Ayris

Private Aviation Advisor


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One of the best ways to travel to and from this capital city is chartering a private jet because it mimics the luxury found in the various activities available in the city.

What Can You Do In Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is a multicultural city and is known as a travel destination where travellers can explore any number of interests, from viewing fine art to ambling through the Red Light District.

Shop on Nine Little Streets

Beautiful sunset at one of nine little streets, a popular touristic destination in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Wander in the Nine little streets

One of the best parts about shopping on Nine Little Streets in Amsterdam is that it is a collection of dutch little shops, high-end boutiques and fusion cuisine that makes spending time here an interesting excursion in culture.

There is plenty to see and do here in this city once you arrive on a jet, so keep that in mind when planning an excursion to the area during a trip to Amsterdam.

Museum Hop

Van Gogh museum building outstanding with design architectured in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Visit the Van Gogh Museum

There are so many museums to visit during a trip to Amsterdam that it can be challenging to narrow down the options to just one. The Van Gogh Museum is an art space entirely dedicated to this art master, while the Amsterdam Museum offers assorted art collections for visitors to enjoy.

The National Maritime Museum is also a frequent stop for travelers who want to learn more about Dutch maritime history.

Amsterdam Luxury Canal Cruise

a private tour in the river of Amsterdam
Take a private tour

Amsterdam's legendary attractiveness is in large part due to its canals. A canal trip in Amsterdam is unquestionably worthwhile. We would suggest hiring a personalised tour aboard a luxurious saloon boat. The lovely vintage vessel exudes the grandeur of Amsterdam's past while being outfitted with all the comforts of today. About 1.5 hours are spent on the boat tour. In addition to the captain, drinks, and snacks, a private guide will be with you at all times.

Visit the Ann Frank House

Amsterdam, Netherlands: Statue of Anne Frank by Pieter d'Hont, next to Anne Frank Huis.
Remember history at the Anne Frank House

This is a historic inclusion on an itinerary of Amsterdam (Netherlands). The Ann Frank House is a museum dedicated to the life of Ann Frank. Visitors can read her diary entries, see the secret annex and learn more about her unique and significant experiences of survival.

Where Should You Stay in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is home to a diverse array of lodging options, from high-end properties to unique boutique options.

Ambassade Hotel

a room in Ambassade hotel. Amsterdam
Rest in Ambassade hotel.

The Ambassade Hotel is cheerful, colorful and plenty of bright light and luxury amenities. The walls of the property are adorned with art, and there is an on-site bar for patrons to enjoy. Koan Float is the on-site spa that offers a bevvy of personal care services, while the guest rooms are just as eclectic and aesthetically-pleasing as the rest of the property.

Hotel Estherea

luxury room in Hotel Estherea
Rest in Hotel Estherea

Hotel Estherea is dripping with opulence with its elegant interiors, unique guest rooms and designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The historic property is a boutique property that is locally-owned and operated. The guest service and concierge options are personalized, which offers each guest a unique experience.

Park Plaza Victoria

a room in Park Plaza Victoria
Stay at Park Plaza Victoria

The Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam property is centrally located in Amsterdam. A Radisson brand hotel, the Park Plaza has a modern feel despite the historic elements of the area in which it is situated. Everything about the Park Plaza is modern and upscale, which attracts luxury travellers. Smart TVs and top-of-the-line coffee machines are included in the guest rooms, while on-site amenities are meant to make guests feel more comfortable.

Hotel Pulitzer

A room in Hotel Pulitzer
Stay at Hotel Pulitzer

Situated on one of the streets with the infamous canals that characterize Amsterdam, the Hotel Pulitzer is an upscale property with luxury amenities. The guest rooms offer spacious options for guests, an on-site cafe, garden spaces and more.

Private jet charter to Amsterdam with LunaJets

Amsterdam Schiphol is ideal for luxury travellers because there is so much to explore and see. Because of this, travelling here via private jet is ideal. It not only allows you to come and go on your schedule but also, ensures that your mode of travel is the most luxurious option.

Take a private jet into the city to enjoy everything that Amsterdam (Netherlands) has to offer until you've drained every drop of fun from your visit. Then, you can get to your charter.

Aerial view of Amsterdam

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Amsterdam city centre from Schiphol airport?

The distance between Amsterdam Schipol (IATA: AMS, ICAO: EHAM) and the city centre is about 22 kilometres. In normal traffic, a car trip should take about 20 minutes.

Does Amsterdam have only one airport?

Yes! Known officially as Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS), the Dutch capital's main airport is the only one in the city.

Which cities are close to Amsterdam?

35 km to the city of Utrecht, Netherlands. 52 km to the city of The Hague, Netherlands. 57 km to the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands. 109 km to the city of Eindhoven, Netherlands. 132 km to the city of Antwerp, Belgium.