The state-of-the-art sealing systems in aircraft engines are labyrinth seals to regulate mass flow between rotating components. To prevent structural damage of vital parts during a rubbing process, abradable liner configurations with hollow body structures are applied on the stator. Compared to smooth stator surfaces, these structures increase the cross-sectional area of the sealing gap and, thus, lead to a higher leakage. The aim of this paper is to identify the main geometrical parameters influencing the aerodynamic behavior of various liner configurations. As a basis of an analytical study, an extensive experimental database is required. For this purpose, a test rig is set up at the Institute of Thermal Turbomachinery (ITS). Three liner structures (honeycomb, rhombus, and polyhedral structures), two seal fin configurations, and the effect of the adjusted nominal clearances (0.1-1.0mm) and different pressure conditions are investigated. The experimental results will be presented, discussed, and evaluated by means of established parameters. The focus is on the leakage of the seal, the discharge coeffcient, and the equivalent gap width. ... mehrAdditionally, the influence of the geometric shape of the liner structures is discussed. Flow separation and flow direction play the main role. With the results of this paper, optimization guidelines are derived for the design of innovative liner configurations.