Fraport is testing Yoordi, a brand new meals ordering service, at Frankfurt Airport
The digital Yoordi system, an innovative self-ordering solution, further enhances the passenger experience.
- Yoordi’s self-ordering solution is specifically designed to meet the needs of travelers.
- A passenger scans a QR code, studies the menu of a participating restaurant, orders and then pays contactlessly.
- During the pilot phase, the application can be optimized to better meet the needs and expectations of customers and restaurants.
From now on, passengers and guests at Frankfurt Airport can conveniently order and pay for food and drinks in various restaurants using their smartphones – and benefit from a new “Fast Lane to Food”.
Yoordi’s self-ordering solution is specifically designed to meet the needs of travelers. A passenger scans a QR code, studies the menu of a participating restaurant, orders and then pays contactlessly. There is no need to download an app or register. The order can then be picked up in the fast lane of the restaurant. Prerequisites for easy and problem-free use are a stable internet connection, multilingual order pages and a large number of internationally popular payment methods.
In one of the terminals at Frankfurt Airport it is now again possible to eat while sitting in the restaurant, with the difference that the food can now be ordered without contact. The waiters bring the food to the table.
“With this pilot project, we can work quickly and flexibly with our restaurants to see how Yoordi can improve the guest experience,” says Daniel Gemander, Key Account Manager Food & Beverage at Fraport AG. Various concessionaires are currently testing the solution in Pier A of Terminal 1. In the pilot phase, the application can be tailored even better to the needs and expectations of customers and restaurants, and additional features can be added.