Eindhoven Airport

  Luchthavenweg 25      0900 95 05     more than a year ago

Despite its modern appearance and grand plans, Eindhoven Airport is still quite small so it's impossible to get lost, although on a yearly base almost 4 million passengers use this terminal. Currently more than 70 cities, available from eight different airlines, can be visited. There are a handful of shops for bulbs, books and groceries (Albert Heijn) as well as a Starbucks and two branches of Farm Coffee. Short-term parking is available only steps away from the entrance and larger garages can be found nearby for longer stays. With the longest landing strip in the Netherlands, its easy to understand why this airport is still growing in size. Unfortunately their is no train station (yet), although plans are made to build one before latest the year 2028. 7,000 parking places are available if you come by car.
Getting to town: You can take local bus Nr. 400 (20 minutes/€2.16, first bus at 06:07, last one at 19:37, busses leave every 15 minutes) or 401 (20 minutes/€2.16, first bus at 05:38, last one at 22:39, busses leave every 15 minutes) to the Eindhoven train station and then continue on to destinations near and far. The Airexpress bus is another option. Buses depart for Utrecht (€30 return/€17 single; transferium Westraven) and Amsterdam (€40 return/€24 single; Prins Hendrikkade) 60 times each week up to nine times per day. The bus stop is right in front of the terminal. For more information visit www.airexpressbus.com or call tel. (+31) 402 55 80 90.


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