Frankfurt Airport focuses on relaxation with new silent chairs and yoga rooms


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Embedded speakers allow passengers to listen to their own music while relaxing in one of the new “silent chairs”.
Embedded speakers allow passengers to listen to their own music while relaxing in one of the new “silent chairs”.

Travellers passing through Frankfurt Airport now have an opportunity to escape the busy airport environment thanks to Fraport’s introduction of so-called “silent chairs” and yoga rooms.

The silent chairs, available to transfer passengers in Terminals 1 and 2, help to reduce ambient noise with their arch-shaped design. Passengers can also synchronise their personal electronic device with the integrated speakers, so they can listen to their own music while they wait for their next flight. Those wishing to work can make use of integrated power sockets, a USB port and a small table.

Meanwhile, transfer travellers also have the option of unwinding with a yoga session in one of two new yoga rooms located in Terminals 1 and 2.

The yoga rooms can be accessed free of charge and are professionally equipped with yoga mats, blocks, cushions and pads, and a floor-to-ceiling mirror. Video tutorials and printed flyers are also on-hand to provide yoga advice and tutorials.

The introduction of the silent chairs and yoga rooms are part of Fraport’s on-going “Great to have you here!” passenger experience improvement campaign.

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