We are traveling in July from London to Marseilles with a stop in Amsterdam to change planes. The transfer time in Amsterdam is 1 hour and 5 minutes. We fly on KLM from London to Amsterdam and then Air France flight from Amsterdam to Marseilles. We know that England is not a Schengen country. Does anyone know the passport control/customs/immigration/security procedures we will have to do in Amsterdam coming from London?
AMS is pretty efficient and KLM and AF are corporate partners. Passport control at AMS is as said, efficient. I believe they may have a special control line for short connects. You will need to also go through security screening after passport control.
AF and KLM are more than just partners, they are the same airline... they own each other:) 1.5 hours is more than enough time for the connection. The security check will probably be at the gate.
Thanks for the responses It appears that there is an additional check somewhere because England isn't a Schengen country that will lengthen this.
Step lively. Even on inter-European flights, airlines want the passengers inside the plane well in advance of the published departure time. First thing to do inside the terminal is check a Departures monitor for your next gate, in case of last-minute changes. If you are in a pinch, approach the usually helpful KLM staff. And keep your fingers crossed that your checked bags also make the transfer.