Press article fom 26.03.2012
Garish pink and rich green – Frankfurt-Hahn airport is not afraid of colour
On 25th March Frankfurt-Hahn airport launched into summer 2012 with 61 travel destinations and a re-designed Terminal A. Ryanair has once more significantly increased its commitment. In total the Irish company is offering 55 flight destinations. And there are also some innovations in the terminal where the German Airport has shown that it is not afraid of colour.
Renovation and conversion work started in Terminal A in November 2011. Five months later it has largely been completed and Terminal A is open again for arrivals and departures. And so the summer flight schedule can start. The main client, Ryanair, has six new travel destinations in the programme and has thus significantly extended its range from the Hunsrück Airport. There are now 55 destinations compared with 48 last year. Flights now go to Tallinn (Estonia), Nador (Morocco), Paphos (Cyprus), Lamezia-Terme (Italy) and Knock (Ireland). In all Hahn Airport offers 61 travel options – more than ever before. From June Turkey fans will also have the opportunity to go to Izmir via Hahn. From 23rd June the new Hahn client, "SunExpress", will fly once a week to the Turkish Aegean coast in the West of the country. WizzAir and Iceland Express will continue to head for the established destinations of Kattowitz, Sofia, Budapest and Reykjavik.
The airline company has invested a total of €740,000 in the conversion and extension work. The whole floor has been fitted with new, high quality flooring. Particularly eye-catching is the new eight meter long, partially glazed lift shaft. The lift itself will be supplied and fitted in June. Passengers get to the restaurant and café on the first floor via the newly built staircase too. Colourful and shown in the best light it passes into a glazed section that leads to the catering businesses in the upper floor.
An absolute highlight awaits visitors when they go to the toilet. Here garish pink and rich green, the colours of the airport's logo, dominate. The white sanitary ware and the anthracite coloured dividing walls provide a certain contrast. Everyone should pay a visit to the toilet at Frankfurt-Hahn airport.
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