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Flight to Amsterdam


Austrian Airlines flies to Amsterdam, the capital and largest city in the Netherlands. If you plan to fly with Austrian Airlines to Amsterdam, there are several discount ticket options available. The city of Amsterdam is a popular tourist destination. If you are looking for a place that has a vibrant nightlife, then this is the place for you. There are several restaurants, pubs and bars where you can enjoy the evening with old friends and meeting new friends as well. Amsterdam has a nice cool climate that is influenced by the North Sea. The most popular nightlife areas are Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein. Contact your local travel agent today and book tickets today to fly with Austrian Airlines to beautiful Amsterdam. With many affordable flights to Amsterdam (AMS), there is no excuse not to visit this exciting destination. The biggest city in the Netherlands will enchant any visitor. Its picturesque canals have gained it the name “Venice of the North” and have placed it in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Just walking without a destination is a charming adventure; the bustling city offers beautiful sights at every corner, like the colourful Bloemenmarkt (Flower Market. There are more than 60 museums that will give access to stunning art collections, examples include the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Hermitage and the Stedelijk Museum. A visitor can also be surprised by more eccentric exhibitions like the Sex Museum, the Torture Museum and the Tattoo Museum. As one of the most important ports for at least four centuries, the city has developed a taste for many of the world’s cuisines, prompting the appearance of countless restaurants, from Indonesian to Peruvian, from Ethiopian to Italian. There are many smaller spots where one can delight in local cheeses (Gouda, Edam, Maasdam) and dishes (pannekoeken, stroopwafels, poffertjes). The best way to enjoy the city is on foot or by bicycle, but you can also rely on an extensive network of public transport, including city trains, ferries and a subway, all at affordable fares. A feast for the eyes, the taste buds and the soul, this is the city to visit for a lively, unforgettable experience.

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Fokker 100

Fokker 100 side view Fokker 100 seats
Type of aircraftShort- & medium-haul passenger aircraft
ManufacturerFokker
Names - Austrian Airlines paintingRiga, Tirana, Skopje, Zagreb, Yerevan, Minsk, Prague, Bratislava, Timisoara, Vilnius, Odessa, Krasnodar, Dnepropetrovsk, Chisinau, Krakow (Star Alliance painting)
Number of aircraft15
Seating capacity100 C/Y (variable)
Min. Legroom30"=76.2cm
Wing span28,1 m
Length35,5 m
Height8,5 m
Max. cruising speed820 km/ h
Max. cruising altitude10.900 m
Type of engineRolls- Royce, RR Tay Mk 620-15
Max. thrust2 x 15,100 lbs
Fuel capacity10,700 kg
Max. range fully payload2,000 km
Max. payload10,200 kg
Max. take-off-weight44,450 kg
Max. landing weight39,915 kg

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Type of aircraftShort- & medium-haul passenger aircraft
ManufacturerAirbus Industrie, France
Names - Austrian Airlines paintingSofia, Bucharest, Kiev, Moscow, Baku, Sarajevo, Tbilisi
Number of aircraft7
Seating capacity138 C/Y (variable)
Min. Legroom30"=76.2cm
Wing span34,1 m
Length33,8 m
Height11,8 m
Max. cruising speed980 km/h
Max. cruising altitude12,130 m
Type of engineCFM International, CFM 56-5B6/B
Max. thrust2 x 23,500 lbs
Fuel capacity19,100 kg
Max. range fully payload4,500 km
Max. payload14,000 kg
Max. take-off-weight68,000 kg
Max. landing weight61,000 kg

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SHOPPING in Amsterdam:

Maison NL

Jonett van Buyten and Cora Albers enjoy being talked to personally when entering a store. Jonett has made her own experiences with that while being a sales woman herself. She used these experiences with her partner Cora and applied them in their own concept store Maison NL in Amsterdam.   Maison NL is a store for women by women offering clothes, shoes, jewellery, purses, living accessories, fragrances, vintage pieces and small pieces of furniture. You can also find garments for men and children but the customers are rather wives and mothers anyway. These are the ones who are known to be best and most persistent at shopping after all. That's also why the owners have precautionarily deposited some coffee cups in the store for a little small talk break in between - a smart idea! And afterwards the shopping spree can continue: through South Africa, India and Armenia. These are the countries where a majority of the goods that Cora and Jonett sell in their store come from. Some of these articles can only be purchased within Amsterdam at Maison NL, for other products that applies to the whole country.

Designers United

To start off with: the Dutch are a fashion loving folk. This is proven - among other things - by the fact that there are seven fashion academies in such a small country. So much young fashion also needs space: Young Designers United takes account for that and as a collective it regularly presents a dozen of young national and international designers in their shop at the Keizersgacht. It's a fashionable win-win-situation: unknown designers can rent some space on the hanging rail. There are only four pieces of each design without fail. The fashion directress of the house, Angelika Groenendijk-Wasylewski, holds the upper hand concerning the choice of designs in order to provide for a selection that is affordable and wearable.   For women interested in fashion - Young Designers United presents fashion designs for women - the collective is a rich source of fashion designers who might stand just before their breakthroughs. 

Sprmrkt Sth

You've probably found out already: Sprmarkt is not the usual supermarket, although dropping in the fantastic Albert Heijn grocery shop would also be worth a tip. Here, however, we are confronted with a Sprmrkt without vowels and sausage counter that moved into a former grocery shop to attract people with fashion, art and design. Mission fulfilled! Soon Sprmrkt plus and Sprmrkt Sth followed. Both with a top-class selection of labels. The second shop, however, does not only attract with Diesel, Helmut Lang, Monique von Heist, Julius and Unconditional, but also with its unconventional design. The Doepel Strijkers Architects have developed a space installation of long panels of fabric which - wound, torn, tightened, illuminated or arranged with mannequins - boasts the most fantastic architecture.

STAY in Amsterdam:

Maison Rika

Multitasking skills have seemed to be quite trendy for a couple of years. At the moment, this trend moves toward the opposite direction again - but not for Ulrika Lundgren: she manufactures leather bags and cashmere cardigans, publishes a magazine and has recently opened her own guest house - the Maison Rika - with view on the Herengracht in Amsterdam.   The former Vogue and Elle stylist is smart: she has designed the interior of the two suites in the hotel that is located in an old corner house directly opposite to her boutique. Each spreads over a whole floor and manifests her personal living style. She has put vintage pieces and white furniture on the black oak floor, and art objects by Sang Ming adorn the walls. The Gallery Boutique on the first floor with her favourite pieces also functions as the hotel lobby. There she hosts events with artist friends and colleagues from the newly founded Dutch Vogue. You might not be served breakfast the next morning there but she will provide snacks in the suite throughout the day. It's also the perfect spot to browse through the hotel's own city.

Hotel V

Victorieplein or Frederiksplein? It's the V that matters. They don't give a damn about dapper luxury there. The design, in fact, is all about creating a young and stylish hotel. Mission fulfilled: Aesthetes will enjoy themselves here. Small aesthetes even more so because - while the styling is wonderful - the rooms are anything but big. But Amsterdam is calling, anyway, and apart from a few hours of beauty sleep you should spend your holidays outside. Morning starts with a hearty breakfast, a rain shower and a tip from the friendly staff - in case you ask for it. If you are too tired to go out and too awake for bed you should treat yourself a drink at the lounge. There, the sofas are soft, the fireplace is open and the music is chilling.The price for one night in the double room starts from 109 Euros.

Roemerhotel

How they manage to embarrass you here? By asking you whether something was wrong when you check out. Because you will for sure not have anything to complain about. The Roemerhotel, that is to say, offers everything you may wish for: perfect location at Leidesplein, 18th-century foundation walls with contemporary upgrade, exceptional service and a garden.   The clocks seem to tick slower here, and that's no disadvantage in busy Amsterdam. It means you can relax. For instance over a cocktail in front of the fireplace or at one of the 23 rooms boasting dapper design and pastel shades. And you cannot only relax in bed, by the way, but also in your private Jacuzzi. The price for one night in the double room starts from 120 euros.

SIGHTS in Amsterdam:

Nemo

Who does not remember boring biology teachers, tricky physics tests or the headache following chemistry lessons? Forget about that right away and give natural sciences a second chance! The Nemo Science Centre communicates scientific topics of every-day life in an entertaining and fun way. Completely without tons of formulas and complicated technical terms you learn about scientific backgrounds. Giving simple and amusing explanations, the Netherlands' largest science centre devotes itself to knowledge that you can hear, taste and touch.

Westergasfabriek

In the past the focus was on gas here; today it is on art, creativity and culture. The location is as fascinating now as it was then. But today, visits of this brick building located in Westerpark are probably more frequent than in the past. You won't find a dominating art genre here, but you will find conferences, exhibitions, scientific panels, fashion weeks and get-togethers for creative people- and anything that inspires you. For instance a small cinema and big rock concerts. But if you want to just pass by here for a beer, it's just as fine.   Artists who work here are not fond of closed studios, so you can visit the Westergasfabrik all day long: in the morning for a cup of coffee at Espresso Factory, for lunch at the baker's or for a stroll through the small galleries in the afternoon. You dine best at the Pacific Parc and afterwards you have enough energy for dancing, for instance at the Flex Bar.

Green canal cruis

Nomen est omen: Amsterdam Eco Tours guide you through the city and the canals without burdening the environment. That functions via low-emission canal boats that are powered by CNG, compressed natural gas, pedal boats for the sporty ones among you and walking tours through the canals.   The sustainability begins at pier 6 itself: while waiting for your boats, the little restaurant serves organic drinks and snacks. Moreover, the Eco Tours employees help you to find restaurant and bars in the city that also think about the protection of mother nature and live after these principles.   Last but not least: there are nine electrical boats at pier 6 each of them offering seats for twelve guests. The advantages: the environment is protected and there is practically no noise pollution. Furthermore, the little green boats can land at any place where the big canal boats may not stop (day ticket 22 euro).   The Canal Company, which stands behind Eco Tours, was the first boat company being awarded the Green Key for their activities in the field of environmental protection

EAT in Amsterdam:

Sea Palace

Yes, it is kitschy. But if you want to feel like an emperor in China, you should afford yourself dinner at the Sea Palace. While it is not cheap to dine here, the ambience will surprise you: The restaurant in the style of a pagoda is floating on the water. Here, they will serve you anything you know from the China restaurant but in first-class quality: Dim Sum, for instance, Peking duck or Sichuan dishes. A specialty of the house is the seafood Cantonese-style. If, after so many culinary experiments, so much kitsch and numerous glasses of plum wine you get into a romantic mood, you can order your Chinese-style wedding here. The Sea Palace organises unforgettable weddings, from the invitation to the last drink.

Rem Island

The building on stilts used to be the TV station of a Dutch private channel. Then it was transformed into a restaurant in the bay of Amsterdam: the REM Eiland. Since this summer, there are three kinds of oysters that end up on the table in REM Eiland located in the Houthaven (the wooden bay) - among other things. The three-course menus change daily - the offer includes sea fruit, meat, fish and a vegetarian dish.   The steel construction in white and red served as an illegal broadcasting station for the Dutch TV channel TV Noordzee in the 1960s, and later became a governmental gaging station. In 2008 the entrepreneurs Nick von Loon and Hilly Engels developed in co-operation with architect's office Concrete a plan for transforming the building into a two-storey venue. The view from the rooftop terrace in a height of 22 metres goes from the bay, across the river IJ up to the modern Amsterdam district Spaarndammerhout.

Supperclub

There are plenty of Supperclubs in the meantime and all of them are trying to compete with the original. But the original is still in Amsterdam and still enjoys great popularity. You should be a playful character though; otherwise you won't like it here.   And here are the rules: First, you don't sit at the table, you lie. And, please, make sure not to disappear in the cushions together with your meal. Second, everything is white here except for the guests. You are only decoration, so don't spill. Third, the whole evening is a perfectly orchestrated show including the menu, which is customised to the motto of the evening, just like the show. The show holds performances, acrobatics, videos and music in store. If you want to you get a massage you don't need to stand up for it. If you get tired from the programme you may stay on the sofa until closing time. But it's up to you to get up to your feet and visit the legendary Rouge Bar downstairs.