As an employee of an affiliated Schiphol company, you can travel with the Annual Schiphol Subscription (JAS) on a personal public transport chip card. You check in when you get on and check out when you get off for every bus journey. During the journey, you don’t need to do anything. The JAS automatically calculates the free ride within the Schiphol area.
Free travel with JAS applies to the whole of Schiphol within zones 5733 and 5734. The direct JAS ride from Schiphol to KLM Head Office and Amstelveen bus station is only valid for Sternet buses 186 and 187. If you travel via R-net on the A9 motorway JAS is not valid.
If you travel beyond the JAS area as shown on the map, your JAS subscription is not valid.
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Besides the Sternet buses within the area referred to above, the JAS subscription is also valid on other Connexxion bus lines; R-net 300/310 (not on A9), 216.
When travelling on the Annual Schiphol Subscription (JAS), you always need to have your Schiphol pass/KLM pass or affiliated company pass on you. This entitles you to make use of the JAS subscription. If you travel for free using the JAS but you do not have one of the passes listed above on your person, you risk being fined if there is a ticket inspection.
Please note: Schiphol Sternet is a public transport network, so you can of course always choose to travel using your personal public transport chip card credit.
You can charge up the JAS subscription at the following points:
Employees of companies that are not affiliated to the Schiphol pass can get a cardboard Sternet subscription. This may be obtained from the VCC (Vervoer Coördinatie Centrum - transport coordination centre).