Frankfurt-Hahn: Ryanair is stationing additional Boeing 737-800s

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In the 2024 summer flight schedule, Ryanair will offer four additional routes from Frankfurt-Hahn. These are Agadir, Lamezia Terme, Pescara and Rome. An additional Boeing 737-800 will also be stationed at the airport.

“As Europe's largest and fastest-growing airline, Ryanair is pleased to announce the 2024 summer schedule for Frankfurt-Hahn, with 32 routes to popular holiday destinations such as Croatia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Morocco and the Greek Islands, as well as four new summer routes to Agadir in Morocco , Lamezia in Calabria, Pescara in Abruzzo and Rome - the eternal city. Ryanair will also put a new B2024 aircraft into service at Frankfurt-Hahn in the summer of 737, representing a further investment of $100 million and creating over 30 new, well-paid jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers. Ryanair's growth at Frankfurt-Hahn is a direct result of the airport's efforts to ensure the long-term cost certainty required for long-term traffic growth and improved connectivity. This is in stark contrast to the short-sighted approach of the German government, which has imposed excessive aviation taxes and security fees, which have resulted in less competition and higher airfares for German consumers, leaving Germany the worst-recovered aviation market, with just 77% of pre-Covid traffic in Europe,” said Ryanair DAC Managing Director Eddie Wilson.

Ryanair at Frankfurt Hahn Airport (Photo: Frankfurt Hahn Airport).
Ryanair at Frankfurt Hahn Airport (Photo: Frankfurt Hahn Airport).