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Fraport threatens to sell its Hahn Airport stake following dispute over passenger charge


Fraport AG indicated it might sell its 65% stake in Frankfurt-Hahn airport to the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate after failing to impose a passenger fee when it came under pressure from the airport's biggest customer, Ryanair. [1477 words]

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  • Fraport planned to make Hahn profitable by 2010
  • Ryanair set now to increase its presence at Hahn – but at what price?
  • Could the future be in cargo?
  • Ryanair again flirts with airport investment
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