Flights from Heathrow to Amsterdam
Have a look at Expedia (expedia.co.uk) that allows you to compare offers from various airlines for flights from Heathrow to Amsterdam on your desired dates. To get the most out of your day, take the 12:00 p.m. flight on October 7, 2011 from Heathrow on British Airways arriving to your destination at 14:10 local time. You can already begin your holiday with a Canal Cruise followed by a walk on Dam Square, Rembrandtplein, and Leidsesplein. Return on October 10, 2011 with a roundtrip ticket that costs £147.20.
For a week's stay from November 13 to 20, 2011, purchase a return airfare for £101 on a direct flight operated by KLM Cityhopper leaving at 13:50 and arriving at 16:05. The first checked in baggage is free but the second one will incur a charge of £55 each way.
Planning a Christmas vacation in Amsterdam? For a travel date from December 22 to December 28, 2011, you have enough choices of KLM flights leaving at different times for £100.63 per return ticket. You can choose British Airways for a slightly higher price at £101.20 or fly on Swiss Air for £192.19.
Evaluate the offers on Orbitz (orbitz.com) for remarkable finds. Leave on October 14, 2011 and come back on October 17, 2011 for £139.62. You can also integrate a hotel of your choice for this weekend break. Prices start at £584.02 for 3 nights at the 4-star NH Carlton inclusive of plane fares. Treat the whole family for an early fall break for 4 days. Experiment and discover the wonders of science with your kids by visiting the Nemo Science and Technology Centre. Stop by at the Vincent Van Gogh Museum and the Rijks Museum for an introduction to the works of Dutch artists.
For end of the year holidays, choose from 108 options travelling on December 23, 2011 and returning on December 28, 2011. Prices start at £100.62 for a roundtrip ticket. Spend Christmas Day in Amsterdam with a side visit to Volendam and a quick trip to the administrative capital, The Hague.
Why not take advantage of these bargain flights from Heathrow to Amsterdam for your next getaway? The flying times are convenient. It's not that far for a trip of 1 hour and 10 minutes and you get to visit and explore one of the most interesting cities of Europe without burning a big hole in your pockets.