Airport Guide: Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Rotterdam The Hague Airport is a rather small airport located in-between Rotterdam and The Hague. There are just a few dozen flights a week, but some notable connections to European capitals as well as holiday destinations nevertheless. The infrastructure is decent, but you will definitely feel like departing at a regional airport if you fly from Rotterdam The Hague Airport!

One terminal, one runway and approximately 1.5 million passengers a year. These numbers don’t make Rotterdam The Hague Airport look like a very important airport.

Transavia Boeing 737-800

Transavia is by far the most important carrier at Rotterdam The Hague Airport

As the Netherlands are very small, the large airport of Amsterdam is not very far away, but there are some notable connections from Rotterdam The Hague Airport nevertheless. The most important airline is the low-cost carrier Transavia which offers flights to 13 destinations all-year round.

Most important airlines at Rotterdam The Hague Airport:

  • Transavia: Business and holiday destinations in Europe
  • Turkish Airlines: Istanbul
  • British Airways (operated by BA CityFlyer): London

Shopping and dining at Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Due to its size, Rotterdam The Hague Airport is anything but a shopping experience. There is one restaurant and one bar prior security and a self-service restaurant, two further bars and a sandwich shop after security.

Rotterdam The Hague Airport

There’s a nice outdoor terrace at Rotterdam The Hague Airport

What’s lovely about gastronomy at Rotterdam The Hague Airport is the fact that one bar and one restaurant offer outdoor seating with views of the tarmac. For shopping, there are definitely better spots than Rotterdam The Hague Airport.

Rotterdam The Hague Airport

You can find a few shops prior and after security

The Airport Shop offers duty free articles, while you can find newspapers and much more at one of the two AKO kiosks.

Sleeping at Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Even though Rotterdam The Hague Airport is quite small, there are actually three airport hotels. Worldhotel Wings is the closest, being just a few steps away from the terminal. The other two choices are Best Western Plus Rotterdam Airport and Van der Valk Hotel Rotterdam Airport.

Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Several hotels are located in walking distance of the terminal

All hotels are rated four star and offer quite fair prices for overnight stays. Sleeping at the airport itself is not recommended as there are no sleeping facilities at all. However, you may make yourself comfortable on one of the benches if you got an early departure.

Lounges at Rotterdam The Hague Airport

There’s actually no lounge at Rotterdam The Hague Airport. You may make yourself comfortable in one of the restaurants or cafés before boarding your flight.

Transportation at Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Rotterdam The Hague Airport is well connected with the city center of Rotterdam by public transportation. Bus line 33 offers direct connections to Rotterdam City Center in less than 30 minutes. You may also take bus line 33 in the opposite direction to Meijersplein metro station.

Bus Rotterdam

There’s a quick bus connection to the metro station near the airport

From there on, the metro needs less than ten minutes to the city center of Rotterdam and just thirty minutes to the city center of The Hague. Taxis are way more expensive than the public transportation. Rides to Rotterdam cost approximately 25 Euro (~ 26.50 US-Dollar), while rides to The Hague cost approximately 45 Euro (~ 48 US-Dollar).

  • Bus line 33 connects the airport with Rotterdam and the Meijersplein Metro Station
  • Taxis to Rotterdam cost approximately 25 Euro (~ 26.50 US-Dollar)
  • Taxis to The Hague cost approximately 45 Euro (~ 48 US-Dollar)

 

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