When arriving from Terminal B which is for all Schengen flights where are you directed to. I don't think the EU Customs Agreement has nothing to do with this.

EDIT: What I meant is how are they directed toward the currect arrival area meaning can't someone from Terminal A just go through the wrong channel.

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    Customs doesn't care about Schengen. There are Schengen countries (such as Norway) that are outside the EU customs union -- and countries in the EU customs zone that are not in Schengen (such as Ireland). What customs looks for is the green stripes on the side of baggage tags from EU countries. – Henning Makholm Jan 25 at 4:03
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    @HenningMakholm It seems like this would cause a loophole. Somebody comes in from a extra-EUCU flight with expensive goods and hands them to a intra-EUCU passenger before crossing customs. – user71659 Jan 25 at 5:26
  • @user71659 random checks are still done. – Giacomo Catenazzi Jan 25 at 8:09
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    @user71659 most countries care a lot more amount immigration (passport control) than about customs. Consider the fact that most people that need to will have their ID and other travel documents checked, while customs checks are performed only on a small sample of passengers. – jcaron Jan 25 at 8:40

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