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Hahn Air begins 2020 with 40 new partner airlines

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Germany Aircraft: Airplanes

Hahn Air can look back on a successful year. The market leader for distribution and ticketing solutions added 39 new carriers to its leading network of over 350 partner airlines over the course of 2019. The flights of all new partners can be issued by travel agencies around the world on the insolvency-safe Hahn Air ticket. 

17 of the new partner airlines are using the product HR-169 and have entered into an interline agreement with Hahn Air. The remaining 23 carriers are taking advantage of the products H1-Air or X1-Air for airlines that are looking to expand their GDS presence, thereby extending their reach through ten major GDSs to 100,000 travel agencies in 190 markets.

“2019 was an incredible year for Hahn Air”, comments Jörg Troester, Head of Corporate Strategy, Industry and Government Affairs at Hahn Air. “In the 20th year of our ticketing business, we have introduced our NDC platform, Hahn Air Technologies and our new solution for corporate shuttle flights, HR-Corporate. In addition, we received IATA Level 3 NDC certification, issued the world’s first blockchain-generated air ticket and added 40 new airlines to our partner network. We are ready for 2020 with a focus on our products H1-Air and X1-Air, new technologies and sustainability. We’ll be able to share more news soon.”   

40 new Hahn Air partners in 2019 

HR-169 partners

  • Air Chathams (3C), New Zealand
  • Air Greenland (GL), Greenland
  • Air North (4N), Canada
  • Air Peace (P4), Nigeria
  • Amaszonas Uruguay (Z7), Uruguay
  • Cyprus Airways (CY), Cyprus
  • Donghai Airlines (DZ), China
  • Fly Corporate (FC), Australia 
  • Jeju Air (7C), South Korea
  • MAYAir / Aerocuahonte (5G), Mexico
  • Myway Airlines (MJ), Georgia
  • Nok Air (DD), Thailand
  • Nordwind Airlines (N4), Russia
  • Precision Air (PW), Tanzania
  • RavnAir Alaska (7H), United States
  • Southern Airways Express (9X), United States
  • Urumqi Air (UQ), China

H1-Air partners

  • AB Aviation (Y6), Comores Islands
  • Air KBZ (K7), Myanmar
  • Chair Airlines (GM), Switzerland
  • Eastafrican (formerly FlySAX) (B5), Kenya
  • Flair Airlines (F8), Canada
  • Five Forty Aviation (5H), Kenya
  • JC Cambodia Airlines (QD), Cambodia
  • Lao Skyway (LK), Laos
  • On behalf of President Travel & Tours, Nepal
  • Himalaya Airlines (H9)
  • Shree Airlines (N9)
  • Buddha Air (U4)
  • Yeti Airlines (YT)
  • Qingdao Airlines (QW), China
  • Skyway CR (LC), Costa Rica 

X1-Air partners

  • Air Panama (7P), Panama
  • ASL France (5O), France
  • Azurair Ukraine (QU), Ukraine
  • Fly Bosnia (6W), Bosnia
  • Jam Airlink Express (J0), Jamaica
  • MAYAir / Aerocuahonte (5G), Mexico
  • Ulendo Airlink (W4), Malawi
  • Westair Aviation (WV), Namibia
  • Wildcat Touring (WC), United States


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