Frankfurt Airport to reopen all stores and F&B
Frankfurt Airport is reopening its full range of F&B and shopping in Terminals 1 and 2 on July 16, in order to serve its expanding passenger volumes.
“Finally we’re able to offer our passengers a full range of shopping and dining opportunities again,” says Anke Giesen, Fraport AG’s executive board member responsible for retail and real estate. “Together we’re gradually returning to normality after the the pandemic-induced dry stretch. And we have every reason to look ahead with optimism.”
Offerings include local German and international brands in shopping and food options. In Terminal 1, travelers can visit “Shopping Boulevard” and “Shopping Avenue” malls, where brands include Boss, Falke, Llyod, and Gant. One of seven recently reopened Travel Value and Duty Free shops are also available to visit.
The airport offers 80 cafés and restaurants, though if a traveler wishes to dine inside a restaurant, he or she will need to present evidence of full vaccination, recovery, or have a recent negative test.
New additions include an Italian restaurant dubbed “Pezzo di Pane” in Pier A of Terminal 1, offering authentic Italian pinsas, fresh salads, or of course pasta “come dalla nonna” (like grandma’s).
The new Duty Free store opened in the non-Schengen transit area of Pier B in Terminal 1 carries more than 30 products from brands including Kiehl’s, Tom Ford, NARS and Gucci, as well as luxury skincare products from La Mer and La Prairie and niche brands like Maison Francis Kurkdjian, Acqua di Parma, Jo Malone, and Creed.
The new Press & Books store in the Airport City Mall carries not only a huge selection of books, newspapers, magazines, and journals but also convenience items travelers may have forgotten.