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|Airport of departure:||Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS)|
|Airport of arrival:||Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport (SAW)|
|Flight duration from Amsterdam to Istanbul:||Average of 3 hours 25 minutes|
There are direct flights to Amsterdam departing from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport which is connected through various domestic flights to 33 different cities within Turkey as İzmir, Antalya, Balıkesir, Ankara.
Pegasus Airlines offers frequent flights to Amsterdam Airport Schipol which is known to be the primary international airport in the country. It is also regarded to be the third busies airport in Europe due to its high volume of passenger traffic as a result of frequent connections to the rest of the world. The airport is located only 9 km away from Amsterdam city center, in Haarlemmermeer.
Schipol Airport became the prominent connection point of the Netherlands in 1945 for civilian needs. It went under reconstruction after it had been severely damaged in the Second World War. The airport currently consists of three departure halls under a single terminal. It has a capacity of 50 million passengers annually and provides numerous facilities for all needs.
There are many transfer options to the city center. Railway is a comfortable option for those who would like to travel to other cities. The trains depart from the airport at one floor below the main hall which are running on a frequent basis from 06.00 am until 1.00 am. One-way ticket costs around 4.50 euros and can be purchased either at the ticket desks or from the vending machines at the arrival hall. It takes about 15 minutes to get to Amsterdam Central Station by train. Although being a rather convenient option do not forget to check the train schedules online.
There are also public buses providing service from the Airport to the city center. You can take bus number 397/ Amsterdam Airport Express or number 69 that depart from Schipol Plaza right outside the main hall. Amsterdam Airport Express offers a cheap and comfortable ride to the city for 6 euros. You may check the bus route in advance in order to determine the closest stop to your desired destination.
Alternatively, bus number 69 provides a relatively longer journey which takes about 40 minutes at the cost of 3 euros and ends at Amsterdam Sloterdjik train station. However, you may need to take another bus to get the Central Station from there. Bus lines number 300 and 361 are among the alternative means of transportation from the airport, depending on where you would like to go.
In order to get easier access to your place of accommodation, you may consider Schipol Hotel Shuttles that ride directly to the major city hotels from 06.00 am- 21.00 pm. The fare differs depending on travel type, the location of your hotel and number of adult passengers. You can reach all the relevant information online.
If you would like to find a more comfortable and faster option, you can book a taxi or consider car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Amsterdam has very highly developed public transportation; so it is easy to get around in Amsterdam using public transport. Amsterdam has 5 metro routes, 16 tram routes, 10 train stations, lots of regional buses. Also, Amsterdam is known as a bicycle-friendly city and using bicycles as a primary choice of transportation. You can rent bikes almost anywhere in the city.
Pegasus Airlines provides direct and indirect flights destined to Istanbul through a vast number of connections. There are over 100+ domestic and international direct flights to Turkey Istanbul that makes the city easily accessible.
You can follow up with special deals and book your ticket in advance in order to benefit from the seasonal promotions offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Pegasus Airlines connects Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport with various Istanbul flights from different places in the world. Sabiha Gokcen Airport is among the two main airports of the city. It is located on the Asian part and within easy reach from the center.
Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport is named after the first female fighter pilot in the world, Sabiha Gokcen who died in 2001. The airport became operational the same year. It is situated at Pendik which is about 40 km away from Kadikoy and 50 km away from Taksim. The airport terminal incorporates many facilities including ticket sale offices at departures floor for both domestic and international flights. The total passenger capacity of the airport has been increased up to 41 million after the recent inclusion of new domestic terminal.
The airport is accessed by car, public transport, taxi or shuttles. There are multiple public transport options including the metro and public bus that operate between various destinations. The timetables and bus routes can be reached online.
Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport metro, which was opened on 2 October 2022, is one of the most convenient ways to reach the Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. This metro line is a part of the Kadıköy-Tavşantepe metro line, which was extended to the airport with four more stops.
The passengers can reach Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport metro line from the central metro connection points such as Kadıköy and Taksim.
These connection stops make it easy to reach Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport without spending much time in traffic.
Bus E-3 operates between Sabiha Gokcen Airport and 4th Levent. Number E-9 departs from Bostanci, E-10, E-11 and SG-1 connects Kadikoy to the Airport. You can get to Taksim by taking SG-2 line. It is also possible to get to the airport by using Kadikoy-Tavsantepe Metro line. You have to get off at Soganlik stop and take one of the 16-S or E-10 buses. Since the metro is extended from Kartal to Tavsantepe, you can also get to the airport by taking a taxi from Pendik stop at the metro.
If you are coming from the European side, you should take the Marmaray stop from the nearest place (Kazlicesme, Yenikapı, Sirkeci) to cross to Anatolian side and get off at the Ayrilik Cesmesi stop and follow the path described above.
Havabus shuttle operates from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to various points in Kadikoy and Taksim. They provide service from 03.30 am to 01.00 am. Havabus routes and departure times are available online.
Alternatively, you can book a taxi or consider car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines for a faster solution.
Istanbul is among the world’s biggest cities and there are vast amount of options to get from one place to another depending on your departure point. Traffic can get a bit hectic in the city especially during the rush hours. Hence, it is strongly advised that you plan your trip a couple of hours in advance.
You can benefit from discounted fares with IstanbulKart which is the travel pass used for city transportation. IstanbulKart can be purchased from various vending points and kiosks in the city. It is used in bus, metrobus, metro, funicular as well as Havabus shuttles.
It takes about 3 hours 25 minutes to fly from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) to Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport (SAW).
There is no other place in the world that connects two continents with a rich past renowned as the capital city of one of the world’s most important empires. This unique combination of modern and ancient culture is definitely worth seeing.
Spring months of March-May are probably the best time to visit Istanbul to cherish the milder temperatures. Autumn is also a fascinating time to see the Bosphorus with slight rainfall.
Istanbul is a huge city with a population of almost 15 million people. It offers a lot to discover to its visitors which is why you should make sure to spend a minimum of 5 days in order to be able to explore it thoroughly.
IstanbulKart is the main travel pass used for public transportation in the city. It can be purchased and re-loaded at almost every bus, metro, ferry station.
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