Insolvent Hahn Airport can continue flight operations in June

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

Insolvent Hahn Airport can continue flight operations in June

Ryanair at Frankfurt Hahn Airport (Photo: Frankfurt Hahn Airport).
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According to its insolvency administrator, the insolvent Hahn Airport will continue flight operations in June.

The wages and salaries of the employees would be paid, he said on Monday at the request of the German aviation portal Aero dmit. Flight operations have developed positively in both passenger and freight. The negotiations continued in the investor process, explained the insolvency administrator. "We cannot comment on the details."

The airport in the Hunsrück, which is called Frankfurt-Hahn Airport for marketing reasons, filed for bankruptcy in October. The Chinese group HNA, which has also been ailing in the meantime, acquired 2017 percent of the airport from the state of Rhineland-Palatinate in 15 for around 82,5 million euros. Hesse still holds 17,5 percent.

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