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The first investors are said to be interested in Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. Treasury administrator Jan Markus Plathner announced that potential buyers will be sought internationally. The operating company got caught up in the maelstrom of the bankruptcy of the majority owner HNA
Frankfurt-Hahn Airport and two subsidiaries have slipped into bankruptcy. This was announced by the responsible district court in Bad Kreuznach. The Frankfurt attorney Jan Markus Plathner became the preliminary trustee. Shortly before the official announcement of the
In the previous year, staff were cut at some German airports. Some employees have given up their jobs because of the lower wages due to the short-time work and have reoriented themselves in other ways. At some airports this now leads to
The low-cost airline Ryanair has announced the addition of a total of eleven new routes from German airports. These are to be served in the winter flight schedule 2021/22. The company also announced that there are around 700 flights from Germany
The heavily indebted HNA group had to file for bankruptcy in China. The effects on Frankfurt-Hahn Airport and other holdings are currently unclear. The group of companies also includes the airline Hainan. HNA went into the
The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is using the red pencil at eleven German airports and in Basel-Mulhouse. Numerous routes will be discontinued or will no longer be included in the 2021 summer flight schedule. The string concert hits Berlin-Brandenburg Airport the hardest, where