Frankfurt Airport in Germany has expanded its free Wi-Fi access by offering round the clock Wi-Fi services, which will be available during summer travel season.
Wi-Fi service, which was previously restricted to 60 minutes, now helps travelers with a longer stopover at the airport.
Airport officials said in a statement that they have installed more than 300 Wi-Fi access points to facilitate internet access in the terminal. To use the free Wi-Fi service, passengers and visitors simply log on via the Deutsche Telekom HotSpot Internet portal. After the first 24 hours, passengers can extend their free Wi-Fi access for a further 24 hours.
Free Wi-Fi at Frankfurt Airport is an important element of the “Great to Have You Here!” service quality program launched several years ago by Fraport AG to introduce a wide range of service enhancements, making FRA more convenient and attractive for passengers and visitors at Germany’s largest aviation hub. FRA served more 58 million passengers in 2013.