18.11.2010 11:06
Wolfgang Rossband and Gerhard Widmann in front of the Travel Service Lounge

©Flughafen Graz: Wolfgang Rossband, CEO airport media international and Gerhard Widmann, CEO of Graz Airport at the opening of the Travel Service Lounge

airport media international opens ICN Travel Service Lounge at Graz Airport!

Stop by at the new service lounge to get comprehensive and useful information about Styria.

Feldkirchen, 18 Nov. 2010: In the new Travel Service Lounge, opened today at Graz Airport, visitors can communicate via electronic terminals directly with the regional accommodation providers selected by them to retrieve information about available rooms and to book their rooms.
Other information provided includes recommendations for dining and wining, culture and tourist resorts in the region of Graz and Styria.

The service marks yet another asset within the range of tourism services offered at Graz Airport.
“Instant, up-to-date information is becoming more and more important today – be it in your job or in leisure time”, says Wolfgang Rossband, CEO of airport media international. “We offer arriving travellers the most important information about Styria in a concise and compact way – after all, no precious time should be lost researching.”
Great benefit also for departing passengers
However, not only guests touching down at Graz Airport will profit from the new lounge. Departing passengers, too, can reserve services at their destination airports in Germany, Switzerland or Austria and call up information about the city or region they are going to visit.

What the future will bring
So far, Travel Service Lounges have been opened in Austria, Germany and Switzerland; but airport media international aims to include all European airports into the ICN network.
“By connecting all European airports and their regions we would be able to provide all passengers travelling within Europe with the most important information about their destinations”, Rossband continues. “All-encompassing, optimum information is our grand vision for the years ahead.”