A quick guide to Eindhoven airport in the Netherlands

Eindhoven airport in the Netherlands flights airlines terminals

Do you travel frequently for business within Europe? Then, in case you have not been acquainted with EIN airport in the Netherlands yet, we are about to invite you to discover it. In spite of being a secondary hub in the country, its facilities are ideally equipped for those who travel for work with an onsite hotel, a business centre and parking spaces available for passengers. If you are flying out of the city and wish to leave your car at the airport, you may book a parking space in advance through their official website; on the contrary, if you are planning your trip to Eindhoven and want to get around in a hired vehicle, head over to the car rental offices next to the terminal upon arrival. There is also a shuttle bus providing services from the terminal building to the parking lot and the reverse journey between 4:45 and 00:05. Should you need to spend time at the business centre catching up with work after of before your flight or meeting up with clients, you will be glad to know that it offers five different conference spaces featuring views of the runway, free WiFi and catering service.

Which airlines fly to Eindhoven airport?

The airlines below sell either seasonal or scheduled flights to Eindhoven from a variety of international destinations:

Corendon and Freebird (from Antalya), Ryanair (from airports in Africa and Europe, the most important being Dublin, London Stansted, Madrid, Manchester, Marrakech, Prague, Rome and Warsaw), Transavia (from Athens, Barcelona, Faro, Stockholm Arlanda and Valencia, among others), Tui Fly (Gran Canaria, Sharm El Sheikh and Tenerife South) and Wizz Air (from Belgrade, Budapest, Katowice, Sofia, Vienna and Vilnius to mention but a few).

How to go from Eindhoven airport to the city centre

As far as public transport is concerned and looking at the fact that the passenger terminal lies relatively close to the downtown in comparison with other airports, the easiest way to travel from Eindhoven airport to the city is by bus. The bus stands are right outside the building and both the 400 and the 401 lines cover the route between EIN and the central bus and railway station. Before getting on the bus, purchase your ticket at the automatic kiosks located by the platforms on the curbside.

Opening hours of Eindhoven airport in the Netherlands

Many travellers, especially those who are having an early morning flight or experience an unexpected delay or flight cancellation, wonder if they can spend the night at Eindhoven airport; this is not possible as the facilities of EIN airport close at midnight and do not open again until 4:30 am. Notwithstanding that, you may consider making a reservation with the Tulip Inn Eindhoven airport hotel situated on the first level of the terminal building and sleep in one of their spacious and comfortable 120 guest rooms, work out in the gym, relax at the bar and indulge in a complimentary breakfast or a tasty lunch at the onsite restaurant.

Dining and shopping in Eindhoven airport

Whether it is to grab a bite to eat in Eindhoven airport or to have the mandatory hot cup of coffee prior to boarding on a cold morning, at AH to go, Farm Food and Starbucks Coffee they’ve got you covered. And if you are in the mood for some last-minute shopping or looking for a souvenir from Eindhoven to bring home, we recommend you visit the B&S Shop Fly Duty Free, the AKO books and magazines shop or the Aviflora outlet, where you will even find Dutch tulips and roses. Have a nice flight!

Have you got everything sorted out for your trip? If you find it convenient, you may as well find accommodation close to Eindhoven airport, whether you are visiting the city for business or leisure.

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