Hahn (dpa) - After the announced bankruptcy of the Chinese airport Hahn main owner, the airport management tries to calm their workforce.
The announced realignment of the large HNA group does not affect the operation of the Hunsrück airport and its operating company, stresses the Hahn management.
"The German company continues to fulfill its obligations in full and will continue to do so in the future," it says in the letter to the employees on Friday, which the German press agency has been with since Saturday.
It ends with the following sentences: «The measures introduced in China have no effect on your activities.
Nothing will change in our cooperation with all airlines, customers, authorities and partners. "
HNA had announced bankruptcy on Friday.
Creditors applied for the realignment of the heavily indebted corporation.
Hunsrück Airport Hahn is 82.5 percent owned by HNA and 17.5 percent by the state of Hesse.
Meanwhile, the Rhineland-Palatinate Ministry of the Interior has asked the Chinese Consul General in Frankfurt for information about the possible effects of the HNA bankruptcy on Hahn Airport.
The remote airport has been weak for years - Corona put a particularly strong damper on its passenger business.
By contrast, the numbers in the freight business have developed positively.
The former US military airport has a coveted night flight permit.
For the time being, the Hahn management did not comment on request.
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