Security checks have not been carried out at the gates since 2015, when central security was introduced. As a result, it freed up a lot of space on Piers D and G. We took the chance to opportunity to rebuild them and create additional amenities. That means more comfort for travellers – and also for airlines and baggage workers, who now have more space in which to work.
6 years and 4 piers later
Upgrading Piers D, E, F and G will make Schiphol even more pleasant. Among other things, we will add comfortable seating, workspaces, modern restrooms, more restaurants and more shops. The piers will be arranged according to an ‘open space concept’, with lots of space and light. It will feature rugged concrete tones, modern white walls with black contrasts, which will make Schiphol look and feel very contemporary.
These are our plans
The Schiphol chair test
In the coming years, we will be upgrading the non-Schengen piers (D, E, F and G), which also means we will be installing new furniture. Project manager Ankie van der Niet explains how we at Schiphol ‘go shopping’ for new chairs and benches.
A clean and tidy new look for Schiphol
Project Manager Martijn Hoogenboezem is involved with the new design and décor for Piers D-G at Schiphol. That involves everything from seating to floors to plants and more.
A fresh new look for the piers
4 piers at Schiphol are getting a fresh new look - plus a few tantalising extras! Ann Geebelen, Commercial Project Manager at Schiphol, says that Piers D-G 'will get a calm, natural look, while travellers will provide the splashes of colour'.