About Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTM)
Rotterdam The Hague Airport, formerly known as Rotterdam Airport, is located, predictably, between the two cities of Rotterdam and The Hague, and is among the busiest airports in the Netherlands. Our Rotterdam The Hague Airport guide includes contact details as well as information relating to terminal facilities, public transportation and nearby accommodation.
Renovation works of the Airport Square are in process and will bring a couple of changes to the airport: The "Kiss & Ride" lane has been closed, and to collect someone you can use car park P2, or P6 when it is full.
The information desk (tel: +31 10 446 3444) is located in the public 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 The Hague city centre, take the A13 southbound, which leads directly to the airport complex. The total drive time from The Hague is approximately 25 minutes.
From Rotterdam, take the S112 road northbound, which becomes the N471. This road leads directly to the airport. The total drive time from Rotterdam is approximately 12 minutes.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport is situated 6km (3.7 miles) northwest of Rotterdam and 25km (15.5 miles) southeast of The Hague.
+31 10 446 3444
Public transport road:
Bus: The RET Airport Shuttle 33 and Nightnet RET bus 12 (tel: +31 900 500 6010; www.ret.nl), run frequently between Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Rotterdam Central Station (journey time: 20 minutes; fare: €3). The airport's bus station is located between the terminal and the Worldhotel Wings. Airport Shuttle 50 also runs to RandstadRail Metro Station (journey time: 5 minutes), which connects to both The Hague and Rotterdam city centres.
Taxi: The taxi rank (tel: +31 10 262 0406; www.rotterdam-airport-taxi.nl) is temporarily located on P2, but are usually directly in front of the terminal entrance. The fare to central Rotterdam is €25-€35, and the journey time is about 15 minutes, depending on the exact destination.
There is a cash machine located at the GWK Travelex office in the transit hall before the security checkpoint. There is also a bureau de change service available.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has a self-service buffet/bar in the departures area and an eatery in the public hall. Other options include an espresso bar, a sandwich kiosk and 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. In the public hall there is a newsagent selling books and magazines.
There are left-luggage lockers in the public hall. Trolleys are available. For lost and found items, contact Aviapartner (tel: +31 10 238 27 00/ +31 10 238 27 01).
Other facilities available at Rotterdam The Hague Airport include a fully equipped baby care room, and an airport lounge.
The majority of the airport's facilities are easily accessible. Facilities for the disabled include 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 travelling.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has three main car parks: P1 (long-term) can be found to the left of the terminal building; P2 (business) is in front of the terminal; and P3 (long-term) is located to the right of the terminal building. In addition, P6 offers the opportunity to recharge your car with the electric refuelling station for free, P7 offers comfort parking, and P10 is for budget parking. All car parks are within walking distance of the terminal.
International car hire operators: Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt have desks at Rotterdam The Hague Airport; these are located in the arrivals area of the transit hall.