Hahn Airport: Less freight, more passengers

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

Hahn Airport: Less freight, more passengers

Ryanair at Frankfurt Hahn Airport (Photo: Frankfurt Hahn Airport).
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The Hunsrück Airport Hahn books significantly more passengers with less freight - and sees opportunities in the current travel chaos.

The cargo business fell by 2022 percent to 19,2 tons in the first half of 109.727 compared to the same period last year, as reported by the aviation portal Aero. The number of passengers, on the other hand, rose by 332 percent to 574.711 in the more relaxed corona situation. Hahn Airport went bankrupt in October 2021 and was majority sold to Swift Conjoy GmbH in Frankfurt in June 2022. The state of Hesse still held a minority stake.

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