International coach firm Eurolines is starting a direct service between London Victoria Coach Station and Schiphol Airport.
From July 1, the coach will carry passengers overnight from London, arriving at Schiphol in the early morning.
With the possibility of further eruptions in Iceland, the link could be a useful one during periods of ash disruption and airspace closure.
It could also prove a cheaper option of connecting with international flights from Schiphol, as passengers will avoid Air Passenger Duty (APD).
Part of the National Express Group, Eurolines’ new service follows the success of a similar link between London and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Eurolines is working on improving the passenger experience of cross-border coach travellers in Europe, including access to European airports, according to the company’s president John Gilbert.
He said the new route “is another example of our commitment to offer our international travellers Europe’s largest and most extensive coach service.”