Pisa to Amsterdam Schiphol
You have a selection of 3 airlines when departing Galileo Galilei to Amsterdam-Schiphol. When flying from Galileo Galilei to Amsterdam-Schiphol you will cover 1,046 Km (650 Miles) with the flight time at approximately 2 hours 3 minutes. The airport code for Galileo Galilei is PSA and for Amsterdam-Schiphol it is AMS.
The cost of ticket prices to Amsterdam-Schiphol Netherlands can vary quite considerably if you travel at certain times of the week especially at weekends. With the advent of cheap no frills flights it may be worth booking in advance if possible to get the best deal to Amsterdam-Schiphol Netherlands, perhaps late evening or midweek. Flights to Amsterdam-Schiphol Netherlands normally go up in price the nearer the travel date, so it would be advisable to book as early as possible.
The table below displays the numbers of daily flights from Galileo Galilei (PSA) to Amsterdam-Schiphol (AMS) and the relevant airlines that fly.
|Airliner||Mo||Tu||We||Th||Fr||Sa||Su||First Flight||Last Flight|
|Delta Air Lines||0||0||1||0||0||0||1||09:20||09:50|
The greatest amount of direct flights offered from Galileo Galilei to Amsterdam-Schiphol Netherlands are by Transavia with around 0 flights a week. The earliest flight is available at 09:20 and the latest flights at 21:15 with the most popular flight number being HV 5424 and HV 5428.
/www.transavia.com/ is available for information regarding booking flights etc with Transavia.
Please see below the times of flights from Transavia. These times and frequency may vary at different times of the year please visit the website for more information.
Instead of flying directly from Galileo Galilei and arrive at Amsterdam-Schiphol Transavia, you may arrive Amsterdam-Schiphol by another airport. Please see chart below for a list of these.
|Pisa to Brussels||0||918 km (570 miles)||1 hour 53 minutes|
|Pisa to Eindhoven||0||942 km (585 miles)||1 hour 55 minutes|
Don’t forget that flight regulations are getting tight so we recommend you leave plenty of time to get through customs at Galileo Galilei.