Make Schiphol your office on-the-go

Fast free WiFi, comfy seats and plenty of charging points – these are just some of the features of Schiphol’s workspaces. Whether you’re a seasoned business traveller or you just need to get some work done while you wait for your flight, there’s an option to suit you. Departing travellers with just an hour or two to spare can make use of the handy workstations behind security. If you’ll be at Schiphol for a while, you could even leave the terminal and enjoy one of the top-quality facilities located on Schiphol grounds. Keep on reading to find out more and feel free to make our airport your office on-the-go!

Work stations

Workstations

Don’t mind working amidst the hustle and bustle of the airport? Departing travellers can make use of Schiphol’s workstations, located in all lounges and on Piers C and D. They’re the ideal place to get some last-minute work or studying done before boarding, or even just surf the net. The airport has free WiFi and it’s available everywhere indoors. And don’t worry about running out of battery – all workstations are fitted with power outlets so you can charge your laptop or tablet.

Spaces

Travellers and guests at Schiphol can now make use of the new Spaces Lounge in the public area of the airport above Departures 1. This first-class flexible office space has wonderful views of the Panorama Terrace and is conveniently located next to the Panorama Restaurant. Spaces features six fully-equipped work areas and four meeting rooms, making it a great place to get some work done individually or meet with colleagues. You do not need a Spaces membership to access the lounge, but a fee does apply.

Work at Panorama Spaces

WTC Schiphol

Just a short walk from Schiphol Plaza, heading towards the P1 car park, you can find the WTC Schiphol business district. Various companies have offices here, but travellers can enjoy the WTC’s dynamic work environment too. There’s a common work area where you can sit down comfortably, open your laptop and get some work done while you wait for your flight. Is all that work making you hungry or do you need a pick-me-up? The work area is close to STACH, where you can buy healthy meals and snacks or grab a coffee, and a sunny outdoor terrace.

The Base

Located a bit further away from the terminal, this could be a great option for travellers with a bit more time to spare. The Base is at the heart of Schiphol’s Central Business District and can be reached on foot, by bicycle or by bus from Schiphol Plaza. You’ll find the flex workspaces in the bright and spacious Atrium, which is also a great place to meet. You won’t be short on options for food and drinks here either, with Starbucks, The Market (a self-service restaurant for quick meals) and ViVa (a more formal café-restaurant) all located in the building complex.

With so many options, you’re sure to find a suitable place to work at Schiphol. Don’t work too hard though, we don’t want you to miss your flight!

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