Fraport launches innovation competition for Frankfurt Airport

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Airport operator Fraport has launched the ‘Frankfurt Airport Innovation Challenge’ where members of the public are invited to submit their ideas on how to improve the passenger experience at Frankfurt Airport in Germany.

Ideas can address the airport experience in arrivals, departures, transfers, visits or the travel process as a whole, and can focus on services, entertainment, the environment and sustainability. Suggestions for strengthening Frankfurt Airport’s image as the world’s gateway to Germany are also welcome.

Ideas can be submitted on the Fraport website www.fra-challenge.de up until June 28, 2016. A five-member jury comprising industry and innovation experts will determine the six best ideas who will have the chance to win prizes totaling €7,000 (US$7,850).

Claudia Uhe, head of corporate development, environment and sustainability, Fraport, said, “Innovation is key for our competitiveness and therefore anchored in Fraport’s corporate principles. In keeping with our new slogan, ‘Gute Reise! We make it happen’, we are now actively looking for fresh ideas for Frankfurt Airport. We want to give passengers and visitors in particular the opportunity to actively co-create their airport as a place full of positive experiences.”

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