Last December Ryanair announced a $100m investment in its base at Frankfurt-Hahn for summer 2024 basing a third Boeing 737-800 aircraft operated by Malta Air serving 33 destinations, operating 200 weekly growing 23%, carrying over 1 million passengers.

In 2010 Ryanair invested €25 million in Frankfurt Hahn building a new 7,000 sq/m heavy maintenance hangar accommodating up to two Boeing 737-800 aircraft, a new training centre housing up to 16 classrooms, two pilot training flight simulators, a full size aircraft fuselage and 70 bedrooms to facilitate training courses for new and existing Ryanair crews.

Frankfurt Hahn Airport Managing Director Rüdiger Franke, said “25 years of Ryanair at Hahn means 25 years of attractive Ryanair flight offers from Hahn and that numerous people both from the region and nationally can travel cheaply to popular holiday destinations and metropolises. Ryanair is a loyal and reliable partner for us, the airline is and remains a strong customer at TRIWO Hahn Airport. We look forward to further collaboration and joint projects with Ryanair!.”

Ryanair Director of Marketing, Communications & Digital Dara Brady, said “As Europe and Hahn’s No. 1 airline, Ryanair is delighted to celebrate our 25th anniversary from Hahn, where we have carried over 50 million passengers since 1999. Ryanair has demonstrated its commitment to the Rhineland-Palatinate region by providing comprehensive connectivity and targeting passenger growth in the coming years. Ryanair’s goal is to increase inbound tourism to the Rhineland-Palatinate region while offering the region’s citizens a greater choice of destinations when traveling for work, pleasure or to visit friends and family .”

Ryanair operates Dublin to Frankfurt Hahn up to five times weekly and Kerry to Frankfurt Hahn twice weekly.

Image Credit: Frankfurt Hahn

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