Modernization: Stuttgart closes check-in in Terminal 3

Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Modernization: Stuttgart closes check-in in Terminal 3

Stuttgart Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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From Monday, Terminal 3 at Stuttgart-Echterdingen Airport will temporarily no longer be used for check-in and baggage drop-off. The background to this is that new X-ray control devices are being built into the conveyor system.

The personal security check and boarding are not affected. These will continue to be carried out in Terminal 3. The airlines that have previously used Terminal 3 for check-in and baggage drop-off will temporarily move to the check-in halls 1, 1-West, 2 and 4.

The reason for the conversion is a new technical standard that will be required by law everywhere from September 2022. Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH is investing around 5 million euros in the installation of the new equipment, in which baggage is checked in several stages. The airport company asks for your understanding for the temporary restrictions.

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