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For Road Trips Foodies Transiting in Frankfurt

Submitted by on October 8, 2017 – 8:13 amNo Comment

Frankfurt Airport, GermanyEach year, more than 60 million passengers pass through Frankfurt Airport (Germany’s largest aviation hub) and more than 60 percent of them are just changing planes.

Which means time to have a meal or a snack. Working to overcome language barriers, Fraport (Frankfurt Airport’s owner and operator) has developed a multilingual digital menu in cooperation with three airport restaurants. Guests can simply ask service staff for the order tablets containing the menu. They provide a clear overview of the available options in four different languages (English, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese). Pictures of the dishes and drinks help customers to choose. Then, it’s just a matter of placing the order in the shopping cart and submitting it to the service staff.

The new service is available now (post-security) at Deli Bros (Terminal 1, Concourse B), Lucullus Nero (Terminal 1, Pier Z) and Mondo (Terminal 2, Concourse D). The digital menus will be gradually rolled out at other restaurants in the airport.

(Photo of FRA’s Oktoberfest celebration courtesy of Fraport)

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