Without checking in, you can't fly anywhere. So make sure to always check in correctly. There are 2 ways you can check in.
If you have a laptop or smartphone at home and only travel with hand luggage, we recommend checking in online. This is done via an email or code that you receive from your airline a few days prior to your flight. Thanks to online check-in, you don't have to queue up at the airport, making it easier to keep your distance from other passengers and airport staff.
If you do not yet have a boarding pass or want to drop off your luggage, it is best to check in at the physical check-in desk of your airline. You will find your check-in row on the flight information displays available throughout the terminal. To make things easy for yourself, you can use one of our baggage trolleys. After use, the trolleys are regularly disinfected by UV light. At the check-in desks themselves, you’ll see plexiglass safety screens were installed.
Please note: the check-in desk you need is that of the airline that operates the flight. It is possible that your flight is operated by another airline than the one whose flight number is on your booking. In that case, your booking information will state: flight is operated by (name of the airline).
You are checked in and have some time left? If so, you may choose to stop for a drink or a snack at the Starbucks in the departure hall. This is currently the only Starbucks shop open at our airport. In addition, in the departure hall, you also have the option of withdrawing money from one of the ATMs.