Hahn Air, a German airline and distribution
specialist, has added seven new carriers to its network of more
than 350 airlines in the past three months.
The new partners are expanding their
distribution reach with Hahn Air’s product HR-169. Travel agents
can issue their flights on the insolvency-safe Hahn Air HR-169
ticket, even in markets where the airlines are not participating
in the local payment system (e.g. BSP or ARC).
Among the new HR-169 partners is New Zealand’s largest privately-owned airline,
Air Chathams (3C). The carrier services
eight domestic destinations and just recently introduced its
first scheduled international passenger flight from Auckland to
“As a small regional airline, we are facing
great challenges when it comes to getting visibility outside of
the communities where we provide air services,” said Duane Emeny,
Airline & Charter General Manager of Air Chathams. “Hahn Air's
HR-169 product puts our flight inventory on the global market. We
have joined the Hahn Air network only a few months ago, but we are
already very happy with the additional revenue they have generated
Another new HR-169 partner is Jeju Air (7C) from
South Korea. The low-cost carrier flies to 73 destinations in 15
Asian countries, including China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore,
Russia and Thailand.
“We have already been a partner of Hahn Air
Systems since 2017 using the product H1-Air. Thanks to the good
reputation and global reach of Hahn Air, we were able to
immediately increase our international sales,” said Jeesuk Kee,
Deputy General Manager - Commercial at Jeju Air. “We therefore
decided to expand our partnership by adding the product HR-169 and
we expect that this will increase our sales even further.”
As a Dual Partner of Hahn Air, Jeju Air is
available in selected GDSs under its own code 7C and in all major
GDSs under the Hahn Air Systems designator H1.
Five more new HR-169 partners added in Q3 are
Air Peace (P4) from Nigeria, Amaszonas Uruguay (Z7), MAYAir /
Aerocuahonte (5G) from Mexico, as well as two regional US
carriers, RavnAir Alaska (7H) and Southern Airways Express (9X).