Most of us on this site know where you'll end up when flying with Ryanair. You've got to imagine what it's like for anyone who is not connected to or have knowledge of the travel industry in general and the aviation industry in particular.
Therefore, I have to say "Sorry, Marcel" but most of Ryanair's passengers do NOT know where they are going as it is becoming a habit to find the BBC consumer programme "Watchdog" having reports from angry people not realising that they are 1 to 2 hours away from where they think they are going and then having to transport themselves to where they really want to be. Some passengers may decide that they'll never fly again because some airlines can't be trusted to tell them the truth i.e. you may end up in the middle of nowhere!
If there was no existing airport serving Frankfurt, then I doubt anyone would object to Hahn being labelled as "Frankfurt" but seeing that there is already an airport for Frankfurt within easy reach then you can see why the hoodwinking should be stopped!
Does anyone know if a survey has ever been conducted where people in the street are asked where these "secondary" (or as I prefer to label them, "remote") airports are?
I've just looked at a map of Central Britain and have worked out that Birmingham, East Midlands, Blackpool, Leeds-Bradford and Sheffield could all be classified as "Manchester" in Ryanair's world, in addition to Manchester itself