Cheap flights from New Delhi to Amsterdam

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Flight information New Delhi to Amsterdam

Cheapest return price last month

₹ 32,939

Direct airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 6369 kilometres

8h 20min

Most popular airline last month

Jet Airways


1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Amsterdam: Amsterdam.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New Delhi to Amsterdam is ₹ 32,939. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
8h 20min is the average flight time from New Delhi to Amsterdam.
There are 2 airlines who fly direct from New Delhi to Amsterdam.
As of November, there are 15 flights per week flying from New Delhi to Amsterdam.

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Airport Information


Indira Gandhi International Airport, (DEL)

International Terminal, Terminal 3, New Delhi-110 037


Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)

Evert van de Beekstraat 202, 1118 CP Schiphol Netherlands


Kingdom of Netherlands’s most populated and capital city is nothing short of a fairytale backdrop. The famous canals and the innumerable sightseeing options in the city have attracted tourists since time immemorial. It is also a great financial hub in the entire Europe, attracting many investors to make this city their business headquarters.


The city’s climate is primarily divided into two seasons - summer and winter. Throughout the year, the city has a pleasant climate. Rarely is the city considered ‘hot’ and rarely do the temperatures go below freezing point. Rainfall is prevalent from October to March, but not so much that it can be called a rainy city. The water bodies surrounding the city helps it stay cool.


The city is one of the best places in the world to try Dutch cuisine. Don’t miss out on Poffertjes - Dutch style pancakes, Bitterballen - snacks you’ll find throughout bars, Stroopwafels - syrup waffles, Koffie Verkeerd - for the coffee lovers, Hollandse nieuwe haring - for the fish lovers (a traditional dish; part of the staple diet), Stamppot - a traditional winter dish (includes meat), Patat - the Dutch variant of fried chips and fries.


Half the city’s population is of Dutch ancestry, while half the population is of foreign origin. The most followed religions in Amsterdam are Christianity and Islam. People from as many as 170 nationalities call this city their home. While the city is famous for its preservation of art in its many museums, it’s also famous for its vibrant nightlife in today's times. Various entertainment festivals (as many as 140) take place throughout the year.

History and Architecture

Almost every architectural style has left its mark in the city, making it one of the most architecturally-rich cities in the world. The earliest style used to construct monuments was the Gothic style, later came the Renaissance period, 17th century baroque architecture followed soon enough, with Jugendstil and Georgian styles being visible near the outskirts.


Albert Cuyp Markt (closed Sundays), known for amazing stalls from different nationalities, is a wonderful spot for some culturally-rich while shopping for souvenirs. Food lovers must visit Noordermarkt, an open-style market in Jordaan district, where organic farmers showcase their foods. Waterlooplein Markt-the most famous flea market in the city should be on the top of your list. IJ Hallen is another flea market you must not miss; it’s the biggest in all of Holland.

Sightseeing in Amsterdam

Amsterdam canal ring, Rijksmuseum, Het Scheepvaart Museum – The National Maritime Museum, Van Gogh Museum, Begijnhof, Oude Kerk, Amsterdam Brown Café and Magere Brug are some of the must-see places that you have to visit while you are in Amsterdam.

Getting to and fro from the airport

Amsterdam Central Station is connected to the airport by trains that run every 10 minutes and it is the quickest way to get to the main city. These trains leave from platform 1 and 2. There are also private shuttles that run every ten minutes which take tourists to up to 100 hotels in the city. Apart from these two options, travelers can book local taxis too.

Delhi to Amsterdam Flights

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is the only airline that flies nonstop flights from New Delhi to Amsterdam, five days a week. Air France, on the other hand, operates the most number of flights between the two cities. All flights for Amsterdam from New Delhi leave in morning hours. Use our month or year view search tools to find the cheapest days to fly from Delhi to Amsterdam.

Documents required to travel from Delhi to Amsterdam

Passengers travelling from Delhi to Amsterdam must carry all the documents listed below

  • Valid Passport
  • Valid Visa
  • Return flight tickets (sometimes asked by the immigration depending on your visa type)

Major airlines that operate from Delhi to Amsterdam

Jet Airways and KLM

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.