All departing passengers pass through the marketplace, which invites them to stroll and linger. The entrance to the marketplace is a large duty-paid shop. Directly after the security checks, this shop is designed as a "walk-through concept". The marketplace offers target group-specific concepts in the areas of fashion, accessories, shoes, leather goods, jewellery and watches, consumer electronics, souvenirs, travel goods, stationery and toys as well as media and books.
Attached to the marketplace, on a gallery, is the food court. Here passengers can choose from the offerings of various caterers.
In the non-Schengen area, passengers will find a duty-free shop with an area of approx. 1,000 m² after passport control. This is also a walk-through shop. Adjacent to this are further retail, food and service areas, which are specifically designed to meet the needs of international clientele.
In the public area on the departure, arrival and level U1 above the station, there are further retail, gastronomy and service providers. The target groups of these concepts are not only departing and arriving passengers, but also bringers and pickers, visitors and airport employees. There is a small supermarket, a bakery, a flower shop, book/press and a hairdresser, to name but a few.
Directly behind the security checkpoints, travellers and arrivals alike are met by a duty-free shop featuring a modern industrial design, which covers an area of almost 800 m². In addition to offers on the airside, which include the full range of popular products such as books and press items, tobacco and confectionery, souvenirs, technical items and toys, travellers can also take advantage of retail opportunities in the combined check-in and arrival area.
In addition to Terminal 1’s wide variety of food outlets, passengers can also choose from an exciting range of culinary options in the new terminal and pass the time until departure in the PLAZA’s three different restaurants. A bakery supplies target groups on the landside.