Magdeburg Cochstedt appoints Hahn cargo boss

EAST German air logistics hub Magdeburg Cochstedt International Airport has appointed Stefan Maxeiner as its new director of business development.
The former director of cargo operations at Frankfurt Hahn Airport played a major role in establishing it as one of Europe’s leading air cargo airports, says a statement.
“We are delighted to welcome Stefan who has a strong and proven track record in developing air cargo operations,” enthuses Uwe Hädicke, managing director of Magdeburg.
“The timing is perfect for this appointment – our facilities, infrastructure and permits are fully in place and we are now able to handle all forms of air cargo and all major wide-bodied freighters.”
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