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Recharge your devices Free at Frankfurt Airport

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

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Many travelers struggle at airports to find conveniently-located power outlets to charge up their electronic devices. At Frankfurt Airport (FRA), you’ll find plenty of opportunities to recharge your personal electronic devices. The two terminals boast a total of around 5,000 power sockets and USB ports that you can use to charge your computer or phone absolutely free—and the airport is busily adding to this offering.

For example, all of the gate areas are currently being equipped with “workbenches” where passengers can work comfortably while accessing the Internet until it’s time for them to board their flights.

Passengers will also find power outlets between the rows of seats in the waiting areas. The airport’s four relax zones feature many power sockets and USB ports. And many restaurants, some electronics shops, the nine smoking lounges, and a legion of Oracle “power towers” all over airport also let you conveniently recharge your devices.

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