Frankfurt Airport launches email flight updates

Emails also tell passengers about check-in counters and parking

Frankfurt Airport has launched a new flight information email service designed to automatically keep both passengers and meeters and greeters informed. The free service immediately advises passengers of any changes to their flights so they can adjust their plans accordingly. Anyone who registers online at the airport’s website receives an email every time there is a change in its status, for example if the departure time is moved up or back or when a gate is assigned.
The service also lets passengers know which check-in counters they should use. There are even parking recommendations for those who drive passengers to the airport. No personal data are required when registering, and after the flight departs all entered information is automatically deleted. Frankfurt Airport saw more than 56 million passengers in 2011.
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[photo courtesy Fraport AG]

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