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Frankfurt-Hahn sees cargo up 41pc to 23,700 tons with new customers


Germany's Frankfurt-Hahn Airport saw its cargo soared 41 per cent year on year in the first quarter to 23,700 tonnes, on the back of new customer acquisition.
Airport authorities also said that they hoped to attract new freight customers at this month's Air Cargo Europe show in Munich, reported London's Air Cargo News.
Said sales director John Kohlsaat: "We had a very good start to the year, but of course we are constantly willing to improve."
Mr Kohlsaat said that the airport's advantages include the continued availability of night flights, fast ground handling, and short distances from cargo sheds to the airport apron.
Along with handling a wide range of cargo, the airport has recently trained its staff to handle live animals, in accordance with the IATA and EU regulations. Said airport vice president Roger Scheifele: "We seek to expand this business segment. The demand is strong, and we would like to offer our clients maximum quality."
The airport has already successfully handled a number of such shipments, including the export of 85 horses on a B747 freighter, he said.

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