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Fly from Brisbane to Amsterdam with Etihad Airways

Flights from Brisbane to Amsterdam take you from Australia’s sparkling coastline to the glistening canals of the Netherlands’ capital.

These two cities share a love of water, but the cultural highlights couldn’t be more different. Swap your surfboard for a bike and explore Amsterdam on two wheels like a local. You’ll uncover hidden alleyways, cafe culture and Dutch masters, the creators of legendary artwork.

Book your flights with Etihad online today and discover Amsterdam’s treasures.

BNE to AMS: flight facts

Journey time 24hrs 15mins

The exact journey time from Brisbane to Amsterdam may vary depending on the length of your connection in Abu Dhabi. Arrange a stopover and see more of this amazing capital.

Flight distance 10,747 miles

An Etihad flight from Brisbane (BNE) to Amsterdam (AMS), with a stop in Abu Dhabi (AUH), is 10,747 miles (17,296 kilometres).

Your flight from Brisbane to Amsterdam

Begin your journey at Brisbane Airport (BNE), flying north-west across Australia and traversing southern India.

Your flight will then head towards Abu Dhabi for your connection, or stopover. The second leg of your journey begins, gliding towards Turkey and crossing Europe before landing at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport (AMS).

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Flying from Brisbane to Amsterdam: FAQs

What should I do in Amsterdam?

If you love Brisbane’s galleries, you should head straight for Amsterdam’s museums — the Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are among the most popular.

Free attractions include Vondelpark, a vibrant, green space in the city or the Jordaan District, which is full of quirky shops, tree-lined cobbled streets and quaint canals. Hiring a bike and cycling is one of the best ways to see Amsterdam.

What should I eat in Amsterdam?

Be sure to try traditional stroopwafel with your coffee, or grab a cone of thick Dutch fries on the go, served with peanut satay sauce, mayo and onions.

Bitterballen are meatballs served with a mustard dipping sauce – the perfect snack for fuelling a day of sightseeing.

Top tips for Brisbane to Amsterdam

lady sitting at cafe with coffee along the canal

Visit Amsterdam’s many cafes

If you’re a regular in Brisbane’s specialist coffee shops, you’ll feel at home in Amsterdam. Cafe culture is very much on the menu, with options for every taste.

A must-see for millennials is The Avocado Show – great coffee and avocado in every dish imaginable. For ethical eats, Vegabond is an ecological haven for all, with canal views and a mini grocery store for some takeaway treats.

view of bicycles and canal on an autumn day in amsterdam

Cruise Amsterdam’s canals

Anyone who has been on a Brisbane River cruise will enjoy seeing the contrast between the two waterways when they land in Amsterdam.

Swap the expanse of Brisbane’s river for Amsterdam’s narrow canals and marvel at the skills of the riverboat captains steering their crafts under low bridges and through tight canals.

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