New attraction focusing on mobility at the Circle


The square is opening its doors today. The center of excellence and an attraction relating to new and sustainable mobility presents products, solutions and information in an area spanning over 400m2.

From Friday, 9 July, visitors to the Circle will be able to experience electromobility and other new mobility solutions up close. The square is not an ordinary showroom. As an information and event platform with a constantly changing series of temporary exhibitions of AMAG corporate brands, the square offers an interesting insight into the entire eco-system of electromobility. It is planning to use the space to launch new models and hold information events for private and business customers focusing on new mobility modes and technologies. It is also possible to take the vehicles for a test drive.

Stefan Gross, Flughafen Zürich AG’s Chief Commercial Officer
Electromobililty and new forms of mobility are a key topic for Zurich Airport too. With the new attraction the square – new mobility hub, our partner AMAG is providing an interesting addition to the offering at the Circle.
Stefan Gross, Flughafen Zürich AG’s Chief Commercial Officer

Opening days and exhibitions 

The square will celebrate its opening on the weekend of 9-11 July. The programme includes VIP test drives, model presentations, keynote speeches and guided tours. AMAG corporate brands will also be on show during the opening. A special exhibition of electric emergency vehicles is planned later this year. The new attraction will be open daily between 10:00 and 19:00. 

About the Circle

The Circle is a services center of both Flughafen Zürich AG and Swiss Life AG. Since opening in autumn 2020, the new district at Zurich Airport has invited visitors to discover brand worlds in a range of brand houses and to enjoy spending time at ten restaurants and cafés. Two Hyatt Group hotels, a congress center for up to 2,500 guests, an outpatient healthcare center run by the University Hospital of Zurich, attractive office space as well as arts, cultural and education facilities complete the wide range of services at Switzerland's largest airport. The Circle and the adjoining park enrich the whole region and beyond, both culturally and economically. The project was built as a joint venture, with Flughafen Zürich AG and Swiss Life AG holding stakes of 51% and 49% respectively.