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Check-In

Check-In

Check-In

Are you travelling to the airport by car, municipal rail (S-Bahn) or bus?
It doesn't really matter, because your journey will be a short one in every case! You can access Terminals 1 and 3 directly from the municipal railway station (S-Bahn) by taking the lifts, escalators or stairs, or check-in desks can be reached in a few minutes in Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4 from bus stops and car parks. By the way, moving walkways are also provided from car parks (P0,P2,P4) right up to the terminal building. Or you can take a taxi to the airport. You can then drive right up to the Arrivals level entrance of Terminals 1 and 3, unload your baggage and, after a short stroll, you reach the check-in desks in Terminal 1, 2, 3 or 4.

Monitors to the left and right of the entrances to Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 will inform you in which terminal the check-in desk for your airline is located. You can also ask at the Information desk in Terminal 1, Level 3 and Terminal 3, Level 3. Terminal departure levels are directly connected to each other.

On arrival at the check-in desk of your airline, please present your airline ticket and passport or identity card and hand in your baggage. You will then receive

  • Your boarding card with your gate and seat number and
  • Your airline ticket with a receipt for your checked-in baggage.

Please proceed to your gate/exit after you have checked in. The gate number is registered on your boarding card and can be read on the information screens/panels. You should go to your gate at least 30 minutes prior to boarding time. Please ensure that you have sufficient time on the way to your gate for security and passport inspections. And remember to have your passport, boarding card and airline ticket handy at all times. Please also take note of public address announcements and the display screens/panels.

Please ensure that you leave plenty of time prior to departure to reach the check-in desk of your airline (we recommend 90-120 minutes).

Lufthansa, Air France, British Airways and KLM offer priority check-in to their First Class und Business Class passengers at a separate check-in desk.

Check-in machines

Check-in machines

Lufthansa and their partners Star Alliance, British Airways, Air Berlin and Air France also offer their customers an automatic check-in option at all times at electronic check-in machines.
The Lufthansa check-in machines are located in Terminal 1, Level 3 to the left and right of the security inspection area and immediately next to the Lufthansa check-in desk.

British Airways check-in machines are located in Terminal 1, Level 3, on the escalator to Level 2 and to the left of the security inspection areas.

The Air Berlin and Air France check-in machines are located in Terminal 3, Level 3

Check-in on eve of departure

Check-in on eve of departure

Check-in on the eve of departure is a relaxing alternative way to start your holiday. Not only can you check in your baggage free of charge, you can also collect your seat reservation and boarding card. Check-in on the eve of departure is a particularly ideal alternative for families with children, as they can save the time required for check-in on the day of departure. You can proceed directly to your gate with your boarding card, and your holiday can begin without any stress.

Availability of check-in on eve of departure: the availability of check-in facilities on the eve of departure differs considerably from airline to airline. The following provides an overview of airlines using Stuttgart Airport. Please check the conditions offered by the airline of your choice carefully.

Please note that you must also present your passport and airline ticket when checking in on the eve of departure.

Online Check-In

Please note that this service is offered by the airlines themselves and is beyond the control of Stuttgart airport.