1. FC Nürnberg got its own “Club Gate”.

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1.FCN-"Club Gate" (Photo: Nuremberg Airport).

1. FC Nürnberg got its own “Club Gate”.

1.FCN-"Club Gate" (Photo: Nuremberg Airport).
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Nuremberg Airport has designed a gate and passenger boarding bridge in the design of Bundesliga soccer club 1. FC Nürnberg. This was officially opened on Wednesday by the airport managers and representatives of the sports club.

The airline Corendon has been in the air for about two years with a Boeing 737-800 advertising the 1st FCN. Now the airport is following suit and is dedicating its own gate to the Bundesliga club. Dieter Hecking, Sports Director at 1. FC Nürnberg, Niels Rossow, Commercial Director at 1. FC Nürnberg, and Airport Managing Director Michael Hupe opened the "Club Gate" at counter A19 in the waiting area of ​​the terminal and passed balls to one another.

In the future, club fans will be able to wait for their departure in a gate area in the waiting room designed exclusively in line with the club's brand identity, including on an original trainer's bench. The inside of the passenger boarding bridge at Gate A19 was elaborately designed with Club motifs: Departing and arriving passengers are welcomed. When passing the bridge, the history of the club and the diverse commitment of the club can be understood. In return, the airport receives advertising and hospitality services in the Max Morlock Stadium and has a greater presence at the club's home games.

“1. FC Nürnberg and Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg are well-known brands from the Nuremberg metropolitan region – both with many fans. It is all the more gratifying that we are now going to extend our cooperation, which has been tried and tested for years, and can continue to pass the balls to each other," says airport manager Michael Hupe, who is keeping his fingers crossed for the club for the next season.

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