Zeitfracht: City of Rostock agrees to sell the airport

Rostock-Laage Airport (Photo: Marcus Sümnick).
Rostock-Laage Airport (Photo: Marcus Sümnick).

Zeitfracht: City of Rostock agrees to sell the airport

Rostock-Laage Airport (Photo: Marcus Sümnick).
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The Zeitfracht Group wants to take over Rostock-Laage Airport and some time ago made a formal purchase offer to the shareholders. The Hanseatic City of Rostock has now approved the sale of its shares.

Rostock holds a 54 percent majority over RVV Holding. Furthermore, the district with 35,5 percent and the city of Lage with 10,4 percent. The minority shareholders still have to approve the sale. In any case, a sales contract between the city of Rostock and Zeitfracht should be signed on Friday.

The logistics group, which is represented in the aviation sector with its subsidiary German Airways, wants to convert the regional airport into a logistics hub after the takeover. German Airways, which emerged from WDL, will also operate cargo planes again. For a short time, a few years ago - already under time freight - Bae 146 cargo planes were owned, but these were phased out. In the past, WDL has always been active in the freight sector.

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