Departures from Amsterdam International Airport Schiphol

The airport is built in regards to the one-terminal concept, meaning, that all terminals and other facilities are located under a single roof. The airport is divided into 3 halls and 6 piers/ concourses that serve departure, so as arrival flights.

The terminal building is divided into 3 levels: Ground, Second and Third levels.

The Ground level serves arrivals and is the hub for the ground transportation, here the one may find the access to P1 that will connect passengers with the downtown of the city, or buses and taxis available.

The Second level is the area where Check-in and Departure take place. The floor is divided into East and West sides of an airport. The Eastside serves departures area 1 and 2, lounges and gates B, C, D, and E are located here as well. On the West side, there are Departure areas 3 and 4 with the gates F, G, H, and M.

On the Third Level, the one may find the D, E, and F gates together with the VIP Lounges from 1 to 4 and airlines lounges.

Departure Hall 1

The Departure Hall 1 operates Piers B and C with 14 and 21 gates respectively.

Departure Hall 2

The Departure Hall 2 operates Piers D and E. Pier D is the largest of all with the two separate levels: lower one for Non-Schengen (gates beginning from D-59) flights and the upper for the Schengen ones (gates numbered from D-1 to D-57). Pier D operates Non-Schengen flights only and has 14 gates.

Airlines providing their flights through that hall are Delta Air Lines (For example: from Boston Logan Airport), KLM, China Southern Airlines, China Airlines, EVA Air, Etihad Airways, Air Astana and Iran Air.

Departure Hall 3

The Departure Hall 3 operates Piers F, G, H/M. Pier F with its 8 gates is the gate for KLM, Kenya Airlines, China Airlines and China Southern Airlines mainly. Pier G with 13 gates serves Emirates and China Southern Airlines flights. Both of the piers are dedicated to Non-Schengen flight only. Piers H and M, in turn, have combined 7 gates that are home to low-cost airlines mainly. Notably, Pier H serves Non-Schengen flights while Pier M handles Schengen flights only.

General Aviation Terminal

This new terminal has started its operation back in 2011 and is operating as the KLM Jet Center since then. It has the overall area of 7000 square meters for terminals and lounges, 4000 square meters for offices mainly and 1000 square meters for the parking area.

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