Germany. Free 24h WIFI at Frankfurt Airport!


Maximum Ubiquity at Germany’s largest Airport

Fraport AG, the company managing Frankfurt Airport (FRA), expands its free Wi-Fi access from 60 minutes to 24 hours. This around-the-clock freebie is available immediately. With more than 300 Wi-Fi access points located in the terminals, utilising the free Wi-Fi service is pretty easy: Passengers and visitors simply have to log on via the “HotSpot” Internet portal of Deutsche Telekom. A few quick clicks enable them to check on their e-mails or search for information. Travellers facing a stopover lasting longer than 24 hours, are eligible for another full session of an identical length of time.

Peter Schmitz, Fraport AG’s executive board member for operations (COO): “Fraport is pleased to enhance the travel experience for our passengers again by expanding free Wi-Fi service at Frankfurt Airport from 60 minutes to 24 hours. We are the first major airport in Germany and one of the first in Europe to offer passengers this level of free Wi-Fi service round-the-clock. Frankfurt Airport is dedicated to meeting the needs of today’s increasingly mobile and networking society.”

The Terminal Building of Frankfurt Airport back in the old days.

The Terminal Building of Frankfurt Airport back in the old days. In 2013, more than 58 million passengers were handled at Rhein-Main Airport.

Great to Have You Here!

Free Wi-Fi at Frankfurt Airport is a crucial element catering to the „Great to Have You Here!“ service quality program launched several years ago. A wide range of service enhancements had been introduced to render Germany’s major aviation hub more convenient and attractive for passengers and visitors alike.

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Photos courtesy of Fraport AG