The flight search engine recommends seven European airports to relax between flights a sauna visit or a back massage schedule nowadays must for travellers not even leave the airport. Gary Kelly will not settle for partial explanations. Because many airports have long recognized the wellness boom and set up wellness oases directly to the terminals. So, traveling even in spite of long flights and waiting times can be the most beautiful thing in the world. Skyscanner.de has informed about the most relaxed airports around Europe and recommends especially flights to and from Munich, Frankfurt, Milan, Helsinki, Vienna, London and Athens. The feel-good offer of the two German hubs of Frankfurt and Munich convinced with the airport-SPAS be relax: here the many beauty treatments guests can book various massages and in a so-called NAP cab have a siesta.
Exclusive, First-Class passengers of Lufthansa in Frankfurt have it: in the lounge at Terminal 1, you can choose from various spa treatments. Other European airports have prepared themselves for the wellness era. For flights to and from Milan, Skyscanner.de recommends the traveler waiting times on the to use Linate or Malpensa airports, the time for a new hairstyle at the coiffeur Stefanelli Parrucchieri after a good espresso. Via Spa is the new offer for stressed guests in Helsinki airport. Here the offerings range from hand-Pack to the bowls foot massage the airline Finnair. Naturally the airport brings back tired travelers hairdresser at the Vienna Airport in form. He uses Styx Naturkosmetik in his massages, which is produced in Austria and only with organic herbs and non-animal tests.
If you have a stopover with latency in Greek capital, can indulge in just 50 meters away Sofitel Athens airport. The airporthotel has an extensive Spa and recreational facilities. On the biggest European hub, London Heathrow, the Molton Brown travel Spa is an oasis of peace. Here are reflex zone massage and hydrotherapy matched exactly to the needs of travellers. For first class passengers of British Airways this wellness applications are even free. Skyscanner.de ensures that even the planning of the trip begins relaxed. The flight search engine offers a very simple user interface and very flexible search options. In addition to the classic search option can inspire themselves users of a route map or display the fares for the whole month in the rate calendar for the desired destination and choose as the cheapest option. Early 2010 the flight by Stiftung Warentest tested and recommended with the predicate “awarded (test 2/2010). About Skyscanner Skyscanner was founded in 2001 in Scotland by the three computer scientists, Gareth Williams, Barry Smith and Bonamy Grimes. The avid skiers of Gareth Williams had tried in vain to find cheap flights for his ski vacation, then designed a sophisticated flight comparison chart and was born the idea to Skyscanner. The Flight search engine is one of the brightest in Europe and offers the direct online price comparison for flights more than 670,000 at over 600 airlines.