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23 new partner airlines joined the Hahn Air network in 2023

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Eleven airlines entered an interline agreement with Hahn Air, while twelve partners expanded their distribution reach with one of Hahn Air’s sister companies, Hahn Air Systems and Hahn Air Technologies.

DREIEICH – Hahn Air is looking back on a successful business year 2023. The leading provider of ticketing services for travel agents integrated 23 new airlines into its partner network of more than 350 carriers. 100,000 travel agencies in 190 markets can issue flights of Hahn Air’s partners via their Global Distribution Systems (GDS).

“We are very pleased with this year’s business results”, says Kirsten Rehmann, CEO of Hahn Air. “It is fantastic to see the travel industry finally recovering with ticket sales reaching almost 2019 levels. Now, we are looking forward to next year which will mark the 25th anniversary of our ticketing business.”

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Travel agents can book and ticket all partners by choosing Hahn Air as the validating carrier. For the interline partners, this includes markets where the airlines are not participating in local settlement systems (BSPs or ARC), where they do not grant ticketing authority or where they do not accept the preferred payment method. For the remaining airlines this means availability in all major GDSs, even if they do not have their own agreements in place. In addition, many partners are available for multi-airline ticketing even if they do not have a contract with each other. Reservation and ticketing can be done by following the standard GDS procedures.

The new Hahn Air partners 2023 are:

Available under their own two-letter-code

  • Air Connect (KS), Romania (GDS: Amadeus, Sabre)
  • Air Tanzania (TC), Tanzania (GDS: Abacus, Amadeus, Galileo, Infini, Sabre, Travelsky)
  • Air Transat (TS), Canada (GDS: Amadeus, Sabre, Galileo, Worldspan, Travelport)
  • Air Premia (YP), South Korea (GDS: Amadeus, Sabre, Galileo, Abacus)
  • Braathens Regional Airlines (TF), Sweden (GDS: Amadeus, Apollo, Galileo, Sabre, Worldspan)
  • Geo Sky (D4), Georgia (GDS: Amadeus, Sabre, Abacus)
  • SKYhigh Dominicana (DO), Dominican Republic (GDS: Amadeus)
  • SpiceJet (SG), India (GDS: Amadeus, Sabre)
  • TAAG Angola Airlines (DT), Angola (GDS: Amadeus, Galileo, Sabre)
  • Qanot Sharq (HH), Uzbekistan (GDS: Abacus, Infini, Sabre)
  • Zambia Airways (ZN), Zambia (GDS: Amadeus, Galileo)

Available under the X1 code in all GDSs

  • Aerus (ZV), Mexico
  • Air Mediterranean (MV), Greece
  • Arajet (DM), Dominican Republic
  • Cronos Airlines Benin (C9), Benin
  • Drukair (KB), Kingdom of Bhutan
  • Eswatini Air (RN),  Kingdom of Eswatini
  • FitsAir (8D), Sri Lanka
  • FlyCAA (BU), Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Involatus (1IV, operated by Tailwind), Germany
  • Star Peru (2I), Peru
  • ValueJet (VK), Nigeria

Available under the H1 code in all GDSs

  • Turkmenistan Airlines (T5), Turkmenistan
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