The airport's operator, Fraport AG, received the climate certification for Frankfurt Airport as a result of its sustainability efforts.
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News & articles about Fraport AG (Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide), the German transport company which operates Frankfurt Airport
The new facility will expand Swissport's handling abilities by almost 50 per cent and strengthen Frankfurt's position as a leading airfreight hub.
The hybrid aeroplane has been designed to float through the check-in halls in airport terminals, surveying the airport and performing status checks.
With the unpredictability of weather forecasts, and the little warning Frankfurt Airport often receives before the onset of snow, grounds operations team must be ready for all eventualities. Here, Fraport AG reveals how winter operations are streamlined at Frankfurt Airport.
As part of the new terminal, Pier G is scheduled for completion in 2021, with capacity for up to five million passengers a year. The main building with Piers H and J will begin operating by 2023, increasing T3’s total capacity to 21 million passengers.
As winter weather becomes increasingly unpredictable, airport winter operations teams need to ensure they have the ability and provision to keep the airport running as smoothly and seamlessly as possible. This In-Depth Focus examines the ways airports can ensure they are adaptable and prepared for all eventualities.
Fraport USA and Nashville International Airport unveil plans for a new programme which will see the development of Nashville International's concession space.
Fraport AG, is investing €100 million in Thessaloniki’s “Makedonia” Airport (SKG), to create a “new era” at Greece’s second largest city.
Lufthansa Cargo is the first airline to support the eDGD standard – Pilot phase of Dakosy’s INFr8 shipping portal successfully launched.
Development of Frankfurt Airport's new pier will begin ahead of schedule, helping the airport to accommodate the increase in number of passengers.
Ensuring that passengers have a pleasant experience at the airport is crucial, not only for customer satisfaction but also to enhance non-aeronautical revenue streams. Airports are therefore getting ever more creative in a bid to attract and maintain their passengers, and new technologies are playing an ever-increasing role…
Fraport AG, the owner and operator of Frankfurt Airport (FRA), has received the CEIV Pharma certification from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for ramp handling of pharmaceuticals.