MUC: Audio Walk shortens waiting times for families before departure

Terminal 2 at Munich Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Terminal 2 at Munich Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

MUC: Audio Walk shortens waiting times for families before departure

Terminal 2 at Munich Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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Munich Airport is now offering an audio walk through Terminal 2 to shorten waiting times at the airport for families with children.

The audio walk through the Schengen area is intended to provide interesting insights into the airport world and at the same time provide entertaining information about the working world at the airport, the topic of sustainability and the operational processes on the apron and in the terminal. The 20-minute audio book is available for free download in German and English. Passengers can find the required QR code on digital monitors and posters in the terminal. If the code is scanned with the mobile phone, the audio walk starts automatically. Registration is not required, but it is recommended to log into the airport's free Wi-Fi. The listener will then receive brief instructions and be navigated to the starting point of the tour in the Plaza area of ​​Terminal 2.

“Some of our passengers arrive at the airport a few hours before departure. We are pleased to be able to offer families with children in particular a stimulating pastime with this new offer,” says Thomas Kube, Head of Traffic Development at Flughafen München GmbH. At the end of the audio book, participants can expect a shopping voucher.

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