Frankfurt Airport guides make it easy for passengers to navigate terminals

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.eturbonews.com/34538/frankfurt-airport-guides-make-it-easy-passengers-navigate-termin

    Germany’s largest airport is now making it even easier for passengers from around the world to get around the terminals. Whether they’re from China, Russia, or Portugal, most will find the key brochures in their native languages. An Airport Guide, a Transfer Guide, and a Shopping & Dining Guide can now be downloaded from the airport’s website [ http://www.frankfurt-airport.com/content/frankfurt_airport/en.html ] in any of nine different languages: German, English, French, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The Shopping & Dining Guide is also available in Italian.

    Where are my airline’s check-in counters? Where can I relax or charge my mobile phone? Where can I get value-added tax refunded? What’s the quickest way for me to get to the gate for my connecting flight? How can I make the most of my stay at the airport? The two brochures answer these and many other questions; the Airport Guide targets passengers who are departing from or arriving in Frankfurt, while the Transfer Guide is for those who change planes here. The Shopping & Dining Guide consists of a large map showing all of the shops and restaurants.

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    I picked up printed version of these materials in English during my latest trip. IMO they are not helpful, especially to FFers. There's no useful map showing both train stations and hoow to get between terminals. While stores are marked on the map and listed elsewhere, I didn't see any lounge information. I also didn't see specific information about the location of check in counters beyond B, D, etc. Perhaps if someone needs to find the chapel....
     
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