Summer flight schedule at Hahn Airport is growing

Summer flight schedule at Hahn Airport is growing

The summer flight schedule at TRIWO Hahn Airport is being expanded: Ryanair has been flying between Hahn Airport and Budapest since June 2. On the same day, the Irish airline also began operating flights from Hahn Airport to Alghero in Italy. Thus, the city in Sardinia is back on the airport's flight schedule for the first time since 2021. Both destinations will be served twice a week from Hahn Airport. "The flight schedule at TRIWO Hahn Airport now offers a total of 40 attractive warm-water and city destinations," says Rüdiger Franke, Managing Director at Hahn Airport.

The number of weekly connections has risen from 103 to 122, and thanks to the third Ryanair aircraft, which has been stationed at Hahn Airport since May 31, numerous routes now will be served more frequently. For example, the route to Gerona will be more than doubled, from three to seven times a week. Furthermore, there now will be four flights a week from Hahn to Zadar in Croatia instead of the previous two.

The Irish airline is also no longer connecting Hahn Airport to Barcelona, Catania, Cagliari, Porto and Thessaloniki twice a week, but three times a week. Ryanair is also increasing Bari and Palermo from three to four weekly connections each. Flights to Dublin will be served from five times a week instead of four.

Other airlines are also expanding their summer flight schedules at Hahn Airport: Air Arabia is increasing its weekly connection to Nador from once to twice a week. Wizz Air is raising the number of flights from Hahn to Tirana from three to four weekly flights. The airline will also be taking off again from Hahn Airport to Varna in Bulgaria from August 2.

About TRIWO Hahn Airport
From an American military airfield to an international commercial airport with 24-hour operations: since its
civilian opening in 1993, Hahn Airport has developed into an important aviation location for passengers and
freight. In 2023, TRIWO Hahn Airport counted 1.7 million passengers – an increase of 21 percent compared to
2022. TRIWO AG has been the owner of the airport company TRIWO Hahn Airport GmbH since May 2023.

Press contact
Christian Höb
c/o Medienbüro am Reichstag
Phone: +49 30 20 61 41 30 43
Mail: christian.hoeb@triwo.d

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