Border Control

  • Passport control for departure from gates B or T
  • Automated border control currently only for EU passports at departures
  • Keep your travel documents ready

Flying to countries outside the EU? Then you must first pass through passport control. 

Automated border control?

Who is permitted to use the automated border control gates? 

  • You are aged 12 years or more
  • You possess a EU passport*
  • You fly from gates B

*Currently only EU passports are eligible for use at the automated border control gates. EU national identity cards cannot be used for the automated border control.  

Due to Brexit, UK passports are no longer recognized as EU passports. Passengers travelling with a UK passport are requested to follow “All Passports” at border control. 

How automated passport control works 


Manual border control

Passengers travelling with non-EU passports and EU passengers with children younger than 12 must pass through traditional border control. Your travel documents will be manually checked there. 

Border control during transfers

Got a connecting flight at our airport? You only pass through border control if you are entering or exiting the EU. More specifically: if you are passing from gates A to gates B or T or from gates B to gates A.

 

Border Control at Arrival 

Coming from a non-Schengen country, you then go through border control first. 

In the baggage reclaim hall, floor stickers and markings will help you keep enough distance. In the meantime, we take care of a maximum spread of flights over the baggage carousels so that keeping a safe physical distance becomes easier. Luggage trolleys are still available to transport your luggage and are, of course, thoroughly disinfected on a regular basis.