Hahn pursues cargo

HAHN Airport is to invest €30 million (US$39.9 million) in developing its cargo potential.

The transport minister, Hendrik Hering, of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, which is a majority shareholder of the airport, announced the investment this week and said the airport – currently the fifth largest German cargo airport – has the potential to become Germany’s third or fourth largest.

The investment is earmarked for ramp space, terminal expansion and a maintenance centre.

“We designed the workflow so that the impact on flight operations as low as possible,” said Hering.

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