Amsterdam De Vlugtlaan
was a railway station
, the Netherlands
The station opened on 1 June 1986 with the opening of the western section of the Amsterdam Ring railway. It was situated between Amsterdam Lelylaan
and Amsterdam Sloterdijk
. The station was originally to be called Burgemeester De Vlugtlaan
, who was a mayor
in Amsterdam and who the road the station was located on, was named after, however this was changed during construction.
On 1 June 1997 the metro line 50 opened next to the station and the metro stop was called De Vlugtlaan.
The station closed in May 2000 when the Hemboog began construction.
The station was a stoptrain station and was only served by trains from Hoofdorp and Schiphol to Lelystad or Amersfoort Schothorst.