''Luftfahrt ohne Grenzen'' sends relief supplies
For the second time, Luftfahrt ohne Grenzen has sent relief supplies from Frankfurt-Hahn Airport to northern Iraq. The freight included a large number of baby food, diapers and rusks. Mainly the children in the refugee camps in Kurdistan should be provided with it. Silkway Airlines transported the cargo with a B 747-800.
Photo ''Loading relief supplies'' (7229.16 Kb)
Frankfurt-Hahn Airport - a rising star among European airports
Frankfurt-Hahn Airport (HHN) is becoming a major gateway for airfreight transportation in the industrial heart of Europe. With its direct highway connections to Frankfurt Airport (FRA) by truck it allows for a much speedier transport of airfreight to its destination. Located strategically at the „pentagon“ of five key countries in Europe (Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Germany), Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is the answer for logistics companies looking for alternatives to congested airfreight hubs like Frankfurt/Main, Amsterdam and Paris.
More about ''A rising star among European airports'' (214.33 Kb)