Although it is the third busiest airport in the Netherlands, Rotterdam The Hague Airport receives service only from a few European airline companies. All of the carriers use the airport’s main terminal building.
Transavia dominates most of the timetables at Rotterdam The Hague Airport. When passengers look up at the company’s timetables, more than 20 total destinations will be listed. This domestic low cost airline invites people at Rotterdam to enjoy some of the best resorts in the Mediterranean region. All year long, Transavia takes passengers to major Turkish destinations such as Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, and Istanbul. The Dutch low-cost carrier also offers direct flights to Spanish Mediterranean front cities such as Alicante, Barcelona, and Malaga. The Spanish capital city of Madrid and the historic city of Girona are other major destinations within continental Spain that are accessible via Transavia service.
By offering non-stop flights to Gran Canaria, Transavia also takes customers to the second largest Canary Island that’s located hundreds of miles away from the mainland Spain. Faro, Portugal is another popular resort destination on the Iberia Peninsula part of Europe that’s accessible all year long through Transavia. When the vacation season arrives, the Dutch low cost carrier extends its schedule to connect Rotterdam’s passengers to other tourist hot spots. Crete, Kos, and Rhodes are major Greek island destinations that are listed on the seasonal Transavia timetables. The historic streets of Grenoble, France and the Ski resorts of Salzburg, Austria are also accessible through this busy Dutch airline.
Arkefly is a small Dutch airline company that serves Rotterdam The Hague Airport. This domestic carrier only offers seasonal direct flights to Turkey’s popular resorts in Antalya and Bodrum. Additionally, the popular resort in Antalya is also accessible via Corendon Airlines, a small Turkish airline company.
Despite being the national airline of France, the Air France service actually only offers trips to the United Kingdom. This French carrier links Rotterdam with London City Airport, which is the smallest of the five airports in England’s capital city.
Another direct route between Rotterdam The Hague Airport and London is offered by British Airways. Operating daily trips to Heathrow Airport, the United Kingdom’s flag carrier takes passengers to the busiest airline in London and England.
Lufthansa Regional service links Rotterdam with Munich, the third most populous city in Germany. The trip by Germany’s flag carrier is offered daily at Rotterdam The Hague Airport.