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The airport has three airside piers, which are known as terminals A, B and E (also signposted as Gates A, B/D and E).[12] A central air-side building called Airside Center, built in 2003, is directly linked to terminals A and B, which take the form of finger piers.

Alongside the central air-side building, the ground-side terminal complex named Airport Center comprises several buildings, and includes airline check-in areas, a shopping mall, a railway station, car parks, and a bus and tram terminal. All departing passengers access the same departure level of the central air-side building, which includes duty-free shopping and various bars and restaurants, via airport security. They are then segregated between passengers for Schengen and non-Schengen destinations on the way to the gate lounges, with the latter first passing through emigration controls. Arriving Schengen and non-Schengen passengers are handled in separate areas of the central airside building and reach the ground-side terminal complex by different routes, with non-Schengen passengers first passing through immigration controls.

Terminal A

Terminal A for domestic and Schengen destinations
Terminal A, containing gates prefixed A, opened in 1972, and it is used exclusively by domestic flights and flights to destinations inside the Schengen Area.

Terminal B
Terminal B, containing gates prefixed B and D, opened in 1971 but was reopened in November 2011, having been extensively rebuilt over a period of three years. In its new guise, it is designed to handle both Schengen and non-Schengen flights at the same gates. Each such gate has two numbers, one prefixed B and the other D, but with different passenger routes to and from the gates in order to keep the flows of Schengen and non-Schengen passengers separate.

International Terminal E

Terminal E, containing gates prefixed E, also known as the midfield terminal or Dock E, is located on the opposite side of runway 10-28 from the main airside terminal, and is situated between runways 16/34 and 14/32. It is entirely used by non-Schengen international flights and became operational and was opened on September 1, 2003. It connected to the main central air-side building by an automated People mover under the runway known as Skymetro.

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Zurich Kloten Airport Duty Free Shops

Duty Free and luxury boutiques at this airport include:






Caran D’Ache



Hugo Boss

La Prairie





Porsche Design



Tiffany & Co.

Tommy Hilfiger