Book flights from Amsterdam to Perth with Qatar Airways
Flying from Amsterdam
A centre for international commerce and the heart of Europe’s diamond industry, Amsterdam is a unique city with a laid-back atmosphere and a vibrant tourist scene. Customers flying from Amsterdam with Qatar Airways will find Schiphol Airport just as welcoming and eclectic, but with an additional air of efficiency that makes it one of the most popular business departure points in Europe. The staff go out of their way to make the start of your journey as smooth and as hassle-free as possible.
Transportation and parking
The airport is just under five miles from the centre of Amsterdam, and is well served by public transport systems. A railway terminal is located in the centre of the airport under Schiphol Plaza, and journeys from the centre of the city to the airport by train take approximately 15 minutes.
Buses are plentiful and connect the airport to Amsterdam and all other major Dutch cities. Taxis can be pre-booked by your hotel concierge or hailed, and many hotels also offer a free shuttle service to the airport. Parking is good, with two short-term car parks close to the terminal, and a long-term car park some 4km from the airport, connected by a free, 24-hour shuttle service.
At the airport
Customers flying from Amsterdam with Qatar Airways will usually leave from concourse D or G. The single terminal is split into three different departure halls, so it’s important to ensure you leave plenty of time to get to the correct departure point for your flight. Security at the airport, as in all European departure points, is very tight, so allow extra time to clear check-in and security checks.
Facilities and amenities
It’s easy to get connected at the airport, with free Wi-Fi throughout and internet kiosks in departure areas 1 and 2, as well as specialist multimedia telephone outlets that can also be used for SMS messaging. Food lovers are well served with an excellent selection of vendors serving both on-the-go snacks and more substantial meals. Retail outlets range from luxury goods to Duty Free and travel accessories. Massage and hairdresser services are available for pre-flight pampering, and a prayer room provides quiet space for devotions.
When you book flights from Amsterdam to Perth with Qatar Airways, you will experience unparalleled standards of service and comfort from the moment you check-in until the moment you land. Your seating is designed for maximum comfort and provides you with plenty of personal space, while a selection of award-winning services will keep you pleasantly occupied for the duration of the flight, leaving you feeling fresh and rejuvenated. Dine on exceptional cuisine and let highly trained, attentive cabin crew take care of your every need.
When you arrive, you will l be ready to explore or do business in this world-class city.Perth is Australia’s magnificent western capital and has fine views across the Swan River and the sandy coastline. Even Perth’s suburbs are beautifully situated within strolling distance of the dunes, and water sports play a big part in the lifestyle here. Culture is also prominent in Perth, with the vast state-of-the-art Perth Cultural Centre playing host to ballet and opera productions throughout the year. Come to this dazzling city with Qatar Airways and see what life in Australia is all about.
Arriving in Perth
Book a flight to Perth with Qatar Airways and the first thing you’ll notice when you arrive is just how laid-back this beautiful city is. Energetic and vibrant and with a strong emphasis on culture and the arts, Perth is nevertheless a relaxed, easy-going city that welcomes visitors.
A fusion of traditional Victorian buildings and ultra-modern architecture gives Perth a very individualistic character. But its parks, beaches and open spaces are the real draw, giving it a spacious feel that offers little oases of calm in the heart of a busy city.
Modern Perth started as a British settlement in the early 19th century, and there is still plenty of evidence of the influence of the Victorians in the architecture, particularly in the Central Business District.
Look for Australia’s oldest mint, The Perth Mint, which is still producing coinage today. The Western Australian Museum charts the 45,000-year history of the indigenous Noongar people, while the Art Gallery of Western Australia recognises the ancient Aboriginal culture as well as more modern artists.
Other Perth highlights include a visit to the expansive Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, the Swan Bell Tower located on the banks of the Swan River, and Perth Zoo. The city’s beaches are also popular, with Cottlesloe Beach and Scarborough Beach particular favourites with the locals.
Qatar Airways flights to Perth arrive at Perth Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Perth please check the visa and passport requirements.