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Now the leading low-cost airport in Germany

Frankfurt-Hahn, 22 Nov 2001: Frankfurt-Hahn is to become Ryanair’s hub. “This,” according to Airport Managers Jörg Schumacher und Andreas Helfer, “is a milestone in the development of the airport. On the one hand, because we were successful in obtaining Ryanair as the top low-cost carrier per se. And on the other, since the decision is made at a time when other airlines are forced to reduce their number of flights or even discontinue flight operations altogether.”


Construction Start for 14.5 Million Project

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, 27 September 2001. The first spadeful of earth has been dug over to mark the beginning of further expansion to Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. On Wednesday the managing directors, Andreas Helfer and Jörg Schumacher, gave the green light for building of the new aprons to commence.


Winter Timetables Offer Attractive New Destinations

Winter timetables now in operation – New destinations for charter flights – Direct tour operators discover Hahn – Continued growth in passenger traffic – Attractive services on offer


Foundation Stone Laid For Terminal Expansion

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, 16 August 2001. Celebrations were held today at the Frankfurt-Hahn Airport to mark the laying of the foundation stone for the extension of the airport's terminal building. The Transport Minister of Rhineland-Palatinate, Hans-Artur Bauckhage, the Chairman of the airport corporation's Board of Directors, Professor Manfred Schölch and the party whip of the Free Democratic Party in the Hessian regional parliament, Jörg Uwe Hahn, who is also a member of the said Board of Directors, all helped to position a flagstone in the floor of the future arrivals hall; a stone which will later become a feature on view for all to see.


Customer-orientated competition in the cargo sector

Cargo customers at Frankfurt-Hahn Airport have a choice: Instead of the Airport being in a monopoly situation there is a choice of three attractive competitors


Passenger Terminal to be extended

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, 6th July 2001. The passenger terminal at Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is to be extended by an area of about 4,200 square metres, i.e. by more than double. The excavation works were started this week.


Bauckhage: Pleasing development continues / Frankfurt-Hahn shows itself to be a stable business location

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, 27 June 2001. “Extremely pleasing” is how the Rhineland–Palatinate Minister for Economic Affairs, Hans-Artur Bauckhage, describes the continuing positive development of job positions located at Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. As reported today by the airport company, the number of people employed has risen by 23 percent in comparison with the previous year. 1,575 jobs were counted in May 2001 whereas there were only 1,278 in May last year. 1,328 jobs are in the commercial area and 247 men and women work in public service. There are 263 people employed by the airport company itself.


Take off with the summer season

Attractive destinations - Green islands - Antalya - Lourdes - Palma de Mallorca - Yet more islands - Positive development


Controls strengthened at Hahn Airport

Flughafen Hahn, 27 February 2001. Due to the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Great Britain, no foodstuffs of animal origin may be imported into Germany at the present time. Passengers will be advised of this on departure from Great Britain.


A branch with enormous opportunities for growth

Newly founded handling company puts logistics building at Hahn Airport into operation


Jörg Berres bids farewell to Hahn Airport

Hahn, 20 February 2001. After six years involvement in the management of the Airport Company, Jörg Berres is bidding farewell to Hahn Airport and is taking over new duties at the Ministry for Economic Affairs, Transport, Agriculture and Viticulture.


Hahn in Motion returns in August 2001

A special kind of flight adventure – A look behind and in front of the scenes at Hahn Airport (Hunsrück) – Organised again by the JASPO Agency – Last year’s 55,000 visitors to be surpassed


Passenger revenue up by 170 percent

Hahn Airport further along the road to success – with more than 380,000 air travellers passenger revenue almost tripled compared with the previous year – parallel growth in the cargo area of around 70 percent to nearly 75,000 tonnes – aircraft movements up by almost 20 percent