Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (ICAO: EHAM, IATA: AMS) is the main international airport of the Netherlands, and is used for both private and commercial aviation. This airport boasts six runways, one of which is mainly used by general aviation, as well as three terminals. The airport has its own VIP Terminal enabling private jet clients to avoid the extremely busy main airport. It's busiest day in 2018 was the 28th June with 63 movements.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is located 10 km from the Dutch capital of Amsterdam, just under a 20 minute drive from the centre.
Every year Amsterdam Schiphol Airport completes around 10500 movements, just over 5000 departures and arrivals annually. These flights are to its 659 airport connections worldwide - 13 across the Netherlands, 453 in Europe and 193 outside Europe. This includes connections in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain and Italy. Its top airport pairs include Longon Biggin Hill, Nice Cote d'Azur, Cannes Mandelieu, Farnborough, London Luton and Paris Le Bourget. The most active private aircrafts at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport include the Cessna Citation Mustang, Embraer Phenom 300, Dassault-Falcon 2000, Cessna Citation CJ2 and the Cessna Citation Excel / XLS.