Green light: Creditors approve Hahn sale

Green light signal from a traffic light (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Green light signal from a traffic light (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Green light: Creditors approve Hahn sale

Green light signal from a traffic light (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The sale of the insolvent Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is getting much closer. According to insolvency administrator Jan Markus Plathner, the creditors' committee gave the green light unanimously. This also applies to four sister companies of the airport.

A few days ago, the lawyer announced in his capacity as liquidator that a Purchase agreement has been concluded with Swift Conjoy. The acquiring company promised that all employees would keep their jobs and be transferred to the new company. Plathner rates this positively.

The creditors' meetings gave the green light for the transactions, bringing the sale a decisive step closer. Around 430 people currently work at Hunsrück Airport. They are also looking for staff, because the rooster has not been spared from the lack of employees either.

Plathner is confident that flight operations will be permanently secured with the new owner. In the next few weeks, the sale is to be legally completed, so that Hahn Airport will soon be under new ownership.

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