[CORRECTED] Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair may have to repay millions of euros in state aid from Frankfurt Hahn operator Flughafen Frankfurt-Hahn (FFH) GmbH. Ryanair has operated from Hahn since 1999. Until January 2009, FFH shareholders were Fraport AG (65% holding) and the German federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Hessen (17.5% stake each). Lufthansa filed cases complaining about the aid with German courts in November 2006, but those efforts were not successful. The German carrier ...

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