Thanks to clear designs and intuitive wayfinding, the architecture of the new terminal will make everything smooth and effortless, from check-in all the way to the gate. This will free your mind for making the most of the time until your flight leaves: for resting, working, shopping, or enjoying yourself in a bar or restaurant.
Modern with a feel-good ambience: this has been the goal of the new terminal’s planners from the start. As far as possible, they have therefore avoided artificial lighting. Lots of windows will admit daylight into the generously dimensioned halls and other spaces. Installations such as pipes will be organically integrated to maintain an open, esthetic look throughout. The large marketplace occupying the center of Terminal 3 will be a focal point and magnet: numerous shops on some 6000 square meters of floor space will be available for you to browse. If you’re hungry, a wide variety of foods and cuisines beckon. In a lounge area with a direct view of the apron, you can relax and let your eyes roam over the bustling airport action. You’ll also find many other amenities in the two piers, including relax zones, boutiques and areas for getting some work done before departing.