Posted by marmara on March 10, 2017

Varied program provides more than 200,000 visitors the first nationwide day of aviation”was a great success. More than 200,000 visitors take the opportunity to get an exciting insight into the interesting world of German aviation on June 8 and 9. Alone 20,000 interested came on Saturday, June 8, at the Frankfurt airport, to witness the events at Germany’s largest airport. A varied program with many activities for the guests had put together for this special weekend, Condor, Lufthansa and the airport operator Fraport. “Whether the attractions made the live dispatch from Condor aircraft, visit an Airbus A380 Lufthansa or exhibition of the ground handling services and the airport fire brigade vehicles the day of aviation” at Frankfurt airport for an unforgettable experience for young and old. “The day of aviation offered a unique opportunity to look behind the scenes and to gain insights, otherwise so not obtained as a passenger.

The Condor photo action allowed to occur with many Luftfahrtbegeisterten directly in contact, in addition, they had the opportunity to take a reminder with a photo of that day,”said Arne Kirchhoff, Director commercial airport relations and contracts ground services Condor Flugdienst GmbH. After the successful first day on Saturday the planned program was cancelled due to weather conditions on Sunday at the open area in the southern part of the Frankfurt airport. The program in Terminal 2 and the Squaire remained however unchanged. There, music, gastronomy, a suitcase auction and entertainment for children were offered. Special guided tours in the Zeppelin Museum Zeppelinheim and the contribution of DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH in Langen met with great approval and completed the program in Frankfurt. BDL President Sameer was satisfied with the first day of the aviation industry after the weekend and summed up: even if the weather at our largest airport has not played with: the day of aviation has shown how exciting and varied the world of flying and the air is! And the people know it! ” At Munich and Hanover airports there among other exhibitions about the environmental protection activities of airports, while Bremen and Braunschweig were the topics of education and research in the foreground. The Deutsche Post with a special post office took part in the Dusseldorf international airport; a cancellation on the day of aviation was amongst a delegation of philatelists of an international stamp exhibition in Iceland. In total, over 20 airports and some 30 companies in Germany participated. For more information, see

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