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Posted by Wii-Wii | Posted in General | Posted on 30-05-2016

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Passengers are allowed one hour free surf unscalable, who can wait, it is in the vernacular. If the flight is delayed, the time can be long but pretty. The Hamburg Airport now offers its guests a free Internet use for one hour. Thus, the airport with several German airports pulls right, which have already released their W-LAN network. The Internet portal fluege.de reported.

Shortly before take-off answer an important email or an accommodation at the destination book this possibility is open to free immediately all guests of the Hamburg Airport. For an hour, visitors free of charge in the World Wide Web can surf. Then the connection turns off automatically and can be called for a fee new. The airport with the free Wi-Fi service responds to the needs of travellers. These be made aware through advertising in the departure and land areas on the new offer. Registration on the registration page of mobilcom-debitel is required for the use of the connection. Then free Internet pleasure nothing stands in the way.

Michael Eggenschwiler, Chief Executive Officer of the Hamburg Airport, knows about the need for such deals. A recent passenger survey have revealed the desire of passengers. Some German airports have already introduced the service in 2011. These include the airports Frankfurt and Cologne/Bonn. The airport of Munich moved to early 2012. More information: news.fluege.de/… University Service GmbH Lisa Neumann

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