Located in the transit zone of Terminal 1, the airport claims that new addition provides somewhere relaxing where passengers with a few minutes to spare before boarding flights can "catch their breath".
"Besides fresh air, it boasts a spectacular view of the bustling activity at Germany’s largest aviation hub: ground handling, takeoffs and landings," says the airport, noting that the 138sqm 'Open Air Deck' also boasts comfortable seating areas.
A stand provides information about what’s going on down on the apron.
And a monitor shows the weather report for the next few days, straight from the German Weather Service.
The roof terrace is open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. and can be accessed by all passengers in the non-Schengen zone.
All visitors to the airport can naturally enjoy panoramic views of the apron and airfield from the publicly accessible Visitors Terrace in Terminal 2.