Lindner

Interior Design Products and Façades for Airports

Bahnhofstrasse 29, 94424, Germany



Lindner high-quality solutions for airports

Lindner manufactures and installs high-quality interior solutions and façades for airports.

The company’s R&D department and designers are dedicated to meeting the client’s individual requirements for airport terminals, lounges, shops and offices.

Passenger terminal interiors for the aviation industry

Lindner refurbishes passenger terminal interiors for airports worldwide.

The company supplies customised, high-quality, and environmentally friendly products such as metal ceilings, partition systems, wall claddings, floor and lighting systems.

At Frankfurt International Airport, Lindner installed suspended expanded metal and chilled ceilings, raised and hollow floors, wall claddings, shop façades, partitions, and specific built-in furniture for the airport’s lounge interiors. The contracts were worth more than €80 million.

Roofing systems and envelopes for passenger terminals

Lindner’s steel and glass business division completes our portfolio for building envelopes. Together with Lindner Façades and Lindner Roofing Systems, the company is now a comprehensive supplier of interior and exterior design solutions.

Interior components for airline passenger lounges

Lindner’s interior products for lounges include metal ceilings, partitions, floor systems, and furniture. These can be installed along with integrated technologies, such as heating / cooling and lighting systems, to adapt lounges for maximum comfort.

The company is also experienced in outfitting shops and offices, providing visually appealing storefronts to attract customers, and highly-effective acoustic solutions for offices.

Lounge projects are handled as turnkey or single-package solutions depending on client specification.

Lindner’s client base includes Air Berlin, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, and Deutsche Lufthansa.

About Lindner

Since 1965, Lindner has been involved in the design, fabrication, supply and / or installation, and project management of interior outfitting.

In 1995, Lindner landed its first international milestone project with a €65 million order from Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok International Airport.

UK-based façade company Schmidlin has been part of the Lindner team since April 2006.

A former subsidiary of Schmidlin, Fassadentechnologie has set new standards in façade technology worldwide over the last 25 years.

The Lindner Group’s building envelope specialists at Prater in Surrey, UK, is experienced in designing and installing roofing systems.

Blast-Enhanced Building Products

Lindner undertakes major projects worldwide in all areas of interior fit-out, insulation technology, industrial services and building facades. 

Oslo Airport Terminal 2

Oslo Airport’s Terminal 2, also known as Central Building 2, in Norway, increases the passenger handling capacity of the airport to 32 million travellers a year.

Munich International Airport Expansion

Flughafen München (FMG), the operator of Europe's only five-star airport, embarked upon an expansion project to meet the growing passenger and traffic needs at Germany's Munich International Airport.

Hamburg International Airport

Hamburg International Airport is located 8.5km north-west of the centre of Germany’s second biggest city Hamburg.

Izmir Adnan Menderes International Airport

Izmir Adnan Menderes International Airport is located in Geziemir, Turkey. The airport, which is the fourth busiest airport in the country, serves Izmir, an important seaside metropolis of Turkey.

Terminal 2, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai

A new second passenger terminal, Terminal 2, was inaugurated at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), Mumbai, India in January. The terminal was built as a part of the airport's $2bn modernisation programme that was initiated in 2007.

Lindner Constructs Five Pavilions for Oslo Airport Extension Project

In the course of a large-scale extension project, Oslo Airport extended its capacities to about 30 million passengers per year. This project brought a western extension of the main terminal as well as the new construction of an additional pier, the so-called 'Pir Nord'. The latter is 300m in length, thus doubling the former size of the airport and extending it by 11 new gates and additional areas for restaurants, shops and restrooms.