Amsterdam Airport Terminal - Schiphol Terminal

Amsterdam airport operates with international and domestic flights Schengen and non-Schengen areas. Schiphol Airport has approximately 165 boarding gates.


Amsterdam airport has one main passenger terminal with 6 concourses: B, C, D, E, F, G, H and M. The terminal building has three levels.


Ground Level - Arrivals

The Ground Level has the Arrivals. It connects with P1, and various hotels. Passengers have access to the ground transportation as taxis, buses and shuttles. In this area there are some restaurants and cafés, information desks, a supermarket and various other services as a hairdresser or lockers.


Second Level - Departures

Check-In and Departures. This floor is divided between East and West side.

- East side: Departures area 1 and 2. It is located the Lounge area and there are gates of the B, C, D (D59-D87) and E.

- West side: Departures area 3 and 4. It has Lounges 3 and 4 and there are gates F, G, H and M.


Gates are split in three areas:

- Departures 1: Schengen gates: B, C and D gates.

- Departures 2: E gates.

- Departures 3: F, G, H and M gates.


Third Level

It has VIP Lounges from 1 to 4 and airlines Lounges. It also has access to gates D, E and F.

- Lounge 1: D gates.

- Lounge 2: E gates.

- Lounge 3 and 4: F gates (separate passport).


There is a train station directly located below the passenger terminal.


It is planned to built a new terminal building during the next years. It is calculated that the airport is going to be completed in 2023 and will have the capacity to handle 14M passengers per year.