Rotterdam The Hague Airport Guide (RTM)
Rotterdam The Hague Airport, which is located between the two cities of Rotterdam and The Hague, was formally known as Rotterdam Airport and is one of the busiest airports in the Netherlands. Our Rotterdam The Hague Airport guide includes contact details and information on facilities, transport and accommodation options.
The airport officially changed its name to Rotterdam The Hague Airport in 2010.
The information desk (tel: (010) 446 3444) is located in the transit hall. Facilities include a fax service within the Netherlands, flight and public transport information, tourist information and hotel reservations. English-speaking attendants are available.
From Amsterdam and The Hague, follow the A4 towards Rotterdam. At the Prins Claudsplein junction, take the A13 towards Rotterdam and follow signs for the airport. From Utrecht, take the A12 towards Rotterdam. At Gouda, take the A20 towards the Hook of Holland and then take the A13 towards The Hague.
Public transport road:
Bus: The RET Airport Shuttle 33 (tel: (0900) 0980; www.ret.nl) and Airport Shuttle 50 run frequently between Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Rotterdam Central Station (journey time: 20 minutes; fare: €2.40). The airport's bus station is located in front of the terminal building. The Nightnet RET bus 12 operates between Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Rotterdam Central Station early in the morning.
Taxi: The taxi rank (tel: (010) 262 0406; www.rotterdam-airport-taxi.nl) is located in front of Arrivals. The fare to central Rotterdam is around €25, and the journey time is around 15 minutes.
ATMs are located in the terminal. There is also a bureau de change.
Telephones and paid for Wi-Fi internet access are available before security, while Wi-Fi is free of charge airside.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has a self-service buffet/bar and a panoramic restaurant/bar. There is also an outdoor terrace bar.
The Rotterdam Airport Shop, located in the departures lounge, offers an extensive selection of products and duty-free items for passengers leaving the EU.
There are left-luggage lockers in the transit hall, and trolleys are available. For lost and found items, contact the Havendienst office (tel: (010) 446 3450) on the first floor of the terminal building.
There is a fully-equipped baby care room, an airport lounge and a number of travel agencies.
Conference and business:
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has a conference room (tel: (010) 446 3444) for a maximum of 30 people that is open 24 hours a day. The Regardz Airport Hotel Rotterdam (tel: (010) 462 5566; www.regardz.nl) also provides 11 rooms for meetings and conferences, accommodating up to 250 delegates. The KLM Jet Center (FBO) (tel: (010) 298 4949; www.jetcenter.nl) provides VIP facilities for those travelling with private or hired aircraft.
The majority of the airport's facilities are easily accessible. Among the facilities at Rotterdam The Hague Airport are automatic doors, lowered kerbs, adapted toilets and lifts. Wheelchairs are available on request; passengers requiring wheelchairs and any special assistance should inform their airline prior to travel.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has three main car parks: P1 (long-term) can be found to the left of the terminal building, P2 (short-term) is in front of the terminal and P3 (long-term) is located to the right of the terminal building. P7 also offers long-term parking. All car parks are within walking distance of the terminal.
Avis, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt all have desks at Rotterdam The Hague Airport; these are located in the arrivals area of the transit hall. Cars are collected and returned at the dedicated P6 car park. Budget has offices in Rotterdam, but it is possible to pick up or return a car at the airport by prior arrangement.