There are several options to check in for your flight. Online check-in is the simplest option.
It's most convenient if you check in using your airline's app or website online. If you only have hand baggage, then you can head directly to the security control. If you have hold baggage, you can check it in at the drop-off counters in the terminal.
Nevertheless, please arrive at the terminal at least two hours before departure.
You can also do this at the counter when at the airport, if perferred. You are able to find out where your check-in counter is either on this website by clicking on flight information or on the on-site monitors.
In Terminal 1, easyJet, the Lufthansa Group, Eurowings, airbaltic and Norwegian (airlines as of 7.10.2021) offer their passengers the option of checking in on their own, in full or in part.
Self-service check-in and baggage drop-off consist of two steps:
Step 1: Self-Service Check-in
Self-service check-in and baggage drop-off consist of two steps: The first step consists of the self-service kiosk, which is used to check in, drop off baggage and print the baggage labels. Passengers place their baggage on the scales and then scan the QR code on their printed or mobile boarding pass. The self-service kiosk checks the weight of the baggage against the booking information and prints out a self-adhesive baggage label. This can easily be attached by the passenger to the handle of the baggage item by pressing together the adhesive surfaces on the back. The best position is on the long side of the baggage item.
Step 2: Automated Baggage Drop-off
In the second step, the passengers bring their baggage to the baggage check-in and place their baggage items on the belt. Baggage label and weight are checked fully automatically before the baggage item is removed via the baggage conveyor system. After successfully checking in their baggage, passengers receive a baggage receipt. The baggage has now been checked in and the passengers can proceed directly to the security check point.