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Frankfurt Airport launches Chinese app


Frankfurt Airport launches Chinese app

The launch of a dedicated Chinese app follows the successful launch of German and English versions last year.

Fraport has launched a new Chinese version of its mobile app to improve the passenger experience for Chinese passengers travelling through Frankfurt Airport.

The launch of the Mandarin Chinese language app follows the successful launch of German and English versions last year.

Users of the app can find information about shops and airport services, maps and wayfinding information, and up-to-date flight data.

The introduction of the Chinese app is the latest stage of Fraport’s ‘Great to Have You Here’ service programme, which is designed to increase the quality of the passenger experience at Frankfurt Airport.

More information can be found here.

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One comment from our readers

  1. Amanda Silver says:

    China is still growing and the magnitude of China is huge! The Chinese are on a traveling spree as 38.6 million mainland Chinese citizens ventured outside the country’s borders in the first half of this year! This is why it is so necessary to have mobile apps translated into Chinese as the above Frankfurt Airport app so as to ease their travel experience.

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