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For security reasons, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is divided into various secure areas which are only accessible with a Schiphol Pass. Schiphol Access & Area Control determines whether organisations are eligible for these passes. If this is the case, you can have them include a parking permit on the pass. This allows you access to your work area and the related car parks with a single pass.
You can choose from a great many parking locations throughout the airport. You will nearly always be able to find a location close to your work.
Employees who work in the central area of the airport grounds and live to the north or east of Schiphol can use P5. Parking permits for this staff car park are allocated based on availability and the holder's home address.
This large staff car park is ideal for employees who live to the south of Schiphol and work in the central area of the airport. Parking permits for this staff car park are allocated based on availability and the holder’s home address.
This large staff car park is ideal for employees who live to the north of Schiphol and work in the central area of the airport. Parking permits for this staff car park are allocated based on availability and the holder’s home address.
Employees of companies on Uiverweg, Snipweg or Postduifweg can apply for a parking permit for P26. If the maximum number of parking permits has been allocated, try P5, P30 or P40 as an alternative.
Is your company located at the first-line cargo transshipment facilities on Pelikaanweg? If so, you can apply for a parking permit for P28. Once the maximum number of parking permits for P28 has been allocated, P5, P30 and P40 are good alternatives.
People who work in the Freightway Building on Flamingoweg can apply for a parking permit for P30e. Once the maximum number of parking permits has been allocated, try P5, P30 or P40 as an alternative.
This small car park in Schiphol-Oost is mainly suitable if your company is based in the Caravelle Building or Constellation Building. Parking permits will be allocated on the basis of availability. This car park will close in a few years. Afterwards, it would be best to use P57.
Covered staff car park P12 is mainly convenient for employees of organisations which operate in the Central Business District (CBD) to the south of Schiphol-Centre. For their employees to be eligible for P12, employers must reach agreements with Schiphol Parking & Mobility Services.
If your organisation is registered with Access & Area Control and your employees have or will be receiving a Schiphol Pass, you can have a parking permit put on the pass via the eVesta web portal. Your staff can then park with their Schiphol Pass in the car parks that your organisation has a parking pass for.
These are the prices of a parking permit or parking space per month, excluding VAT:
|Parking location||Price / month (ex. btw)|
|P5, P30, P40||€ 34,87|
|P26, P28, P30e, P50||€ 52,26|
Do you work at Schiphol on weekends and have a subscription for P30, P40 (44) or P5? Schiphol Parking has started a pilot, called: 'Weekend Parking'. During this pilot you park in the covered parking garage of the WTC during the weekend, for a small surcharge. On weekends it is less crowded here, so they’ve got space for you.