Frankfurt-Hahn Airport and Marketing Ads

Just a few hours ago we arrived at Frankfurt-Hahn airport with Ryanair. We had a splendid time in Trapani, Sicily, but more about that later on my travel blog.

What I noticed today, and not on 3 April (our day of departure), was the marketing ad for the airport. I cannot fathom what company would publish this as an advertisement slogan.

frankfurt hahn airport - Wir können Flughafen

There is no mistake – as the same message is written in English as well.

frankfurt hahn airport - we can airport

What is the message here? Cheap airport, cheap translation?

On a different note, Ryanair is turning into a hardcore flying sales engine. Not only flight attendants, but also pilots have to announce items for sale. If you try to rest, be assured to wake up about every 10 to 15 minutes for an advertisement. On the return flight, among the various offers, substitute cigarettes were also advertised for € 6 a pack. After listening to about five different offers, I would not have been surprised to hear goose down feather bedding being sold on board. These flights look more and more like a cheap Werbefahrt (low-priced bus trips around Germany, geared at the older generation, with the intention of selling high-priced items).

What is good about Ryanair? Well, we had a direct flight to Trapani and arrived safely.


  1. Very subtle colours on that monitor…

  2. We too, once, experienced the constant and extremely annoying adverts announcements by a very zealous flight attendant. Thank goodness Lufthansa does good promotions if you reserve your ticket early!

  3. Well, we have already booked our summer flight to Sardinia with Ryanair. Again, it is a direct flight, which seems to be its only bonus at the moment.

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