Book your flights to the Netherlands on SAS and experience world-class service and comfort en route. Visit our website to quickly find departures, book tickets and check in online. You can also find travel information about the Netherlands and other destinations where SAS flies. For your convenience, SAS has flights to the Netherlands by way of Scandinavia from its 4 hubs in the US: New York, Washington, Chicago & San Francisco.
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Fly to the Netherlands in comfort on SAS. We are focused on making your flight as enjoyable as possible with world-class service, multiple in-flight entertainment options and a variety of menu choices. Relax during your flight in one of our ergonomic seats. Fly in SAS Business or SAS Plus, to which one can upgrade from SAS Go, and take advantage of Fast Track security access where available. All passengers can only refund/change restricted tickets within 24 hours of purchase.
SAS offers a number of convenient options to families traveling with children. Entertainment systems are located in every seat with plenty of movie channels, music, stories and video games to keep everyone occupied. Infant and kids meals are available by reserving up to 24 hours in advance on transatlantic SAS flights. You can also book ahead for baby bassinets for infants up to nine months and children's sleeping bags. Passengers can earn EuroBonus frequent flyer points to use towards future trips, hotel stays and car rentals.
Book flights online to the Netherlands
Start planning your trip to the Netherlands on the SAS website, and you can easily find flights to the Netherlands, book your tickets and check in online. With flight connections to the Netherlands from the four SAS hubs in the US, SAS makes it convenient and easy to visit the Netherlands.
About the Netherlands
The Netherlands is one of the flattest and most picturesque countries in Europe. The country’s iconic canals, dikes and windmills have charmed visitors for centuries. Amsterdam, the capital, is a free-spirited and vibrant city filled with canals, museums, galleries, tulip markets and bicycles as well as the notorious coffee shops and red-light district. Bordering the North Sea, the Netherlands has a beautiful coastline to explore—from unspoiled white sand beaches to busy seaside resorts. The Netherlands also was the birthplace of many great master artists, including Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Mondrian.
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The Netherlands' picturesque landscape is dotted with the canals, dikes and windmills for which the country is famous. The Netherlands is one of the flattest countries in Europe and under a constant threat of being flooded. More than half of the population lives below sea level. The ongoing battle against floodwaters has resulted in the scenic countryside that visitors find so alluring.
Visit the Netherlands in the spring and you'll find the country’s iconic tulips in full bloom, for sale in markets and carefully cultivated in private and public gardens. Bicycles are a main source of transportation for the Dutch and add to the Netherlands' overall charm. Bordering the North Sea, the Netherlands also has beautiful coastline to explore—from unspoiled white sand beaches to busy seaside resorts. The Netherlands is ruled by the popular Queen Beatrix of the House of Orange and once a year the Dutch celebrate Queen's Day with a country-wide party in honor of the queen.
One thing to note about the name Holland: technically, Holland is not the name of a country. Holland is actually the western region of the country known as The Netherlands. However, you will often hear the Netherlands referred to as Holland and while not actually accurate, the names are used interchangeably.
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Dutch cities — from Amsterdam to Edam
Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, is both beautiful and quirky. The city is filled with canals, museums, galleries, tulip markets and bicycles as well as the notorious coffee shops and red-light district. You'll be charmed by Amsterdam's free spirit and vibrant nature.
Although many people never make it past Amsterdam, the Netherlands has a number of other cities that are worth a visit. The Hague, The Netherlands' political center, is filled with lovely parks, grand embassies, fantastic restaurants and prestigious museums. On the other extreme, Rotterdam, a cultural rival to Amsterdam, offers up a gritty, urban arts scene and energetic nightlife. If you want to learn more about the popular Dutch cheeses, you can also make a visit to Gouda or Edam, home of the famous cheeses of the same names.
The Netherlands is the birthplace of many master artists. The Golden Age of Dutch Art in the 17th century produced famous painters such as Rembrandt and Vermeer. They were followed by van Gogh, probably the greatest Dutch artist of his time, and Piet Mondrian. A stay in Amsterdam exploring the city's many museums and galleries will give you the opportunity to study the work of these influential Dutch artists. The Hague also has a number of outstanding museums showcasing Dutch art.
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