Wed, 12 April 2017

Hahn Air Makes HR-169 Tickets Available to Travel Agents in Cuba

Hahn Air, a German airline and provider of distribution services for other airlines, has expanded its HR-169 ticket system to Cuba.

 Han Air's Ticket Office concept allows the company to extend its services to travel agents in markets that, for example, do not have a Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP). A membership in a BSP is usually a prerequisite for an airline and a travel agent to do business with each other.

 Non-BSP markets covered by Hahn Air with one or more Ticket Offices include the Democratic Republic of Congo, Armenia and Yemen.

 In addition, Ticket Offices provide HR-169 tickets in markets with politically or economically challenging situations, such as Nigeria and Venezuela, where HR-169 tickets are not available via the BSPs.

Hahn Air has expanded its HR-169 ticket system to Cuba

With the latest Hahn Air Ticket Offices opened in Cuba, Gambia, Guatemala, Madagascar and Tajikistan, Hahn Air now has a network of 50 such offices around the world.

 Agents interested in issuing a Hahn Air ticket can contact the local Ticket Office by telephone or email and will receive the requested HR-169 ticket by email. The service is available to IATA and non-IATA agents.

“We are a strong partner of the travel agents and it is our utmost goal to increase their revenue,” said Robert Heerenveen, Vice President Global Account Management at Hahn Air. “While in most markets we are able to provide our HR-169 ticket via the standard ticketing process of all major GDSs, our Ticket Office network allows us to cover non-BSP markets as well. Today, we reach over 100,000 travel agencies with our services.”

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