Hahn Air added 14 new carriers to its network of more than 350 airlines. With Hahn Air’s solutions, the partners can sell their flights in 190 markets, including markets outside of their route network, where they are not available with their own distribution set-up.

When the partners sign an interline agreement with Hahn Air, according to the carrier, travel agents can book their flights in the GDSs and issue them on the insolvency-safe Hahn Air HR-169 ticket, even in markets where the airlines are not participating in the local payment system.

The five new interline partners are Fly Pelican from Australia, ITA Airways from Italy, Jordan Aviation from Jordan, Safarilink from Kenya, and Transair from Senegal. Nine partners opted to outsource GDS sales to Hahn Air, so Nauru Airlines from Australia and Nepal Airlines (on behalf of President Travel & Tours) are now available in GDSs under the H1 code while Animawings from Romania, As Salaam Air from Tanzania, Cabo Verde Airlines from Cabo Verde, EZ Air from Curacao, Fuji Dream Airlines from Japan and Jambojet from Kenya can be found in major GDSs under the X1 code.

And finally, one carrier, World2Fly from Spain, came on board as a dual partner opting to combine an interline agreement with the X1-Air solution.

Alexander Proschka, executive vice president-commercial for Hahn Air, said the carrier’s indirect distribution solutions “are the right fit for airlines with any business model and with any distribution set-up” He said Hahn Air is the right partner for carriers that have no reservation system or GDS connections at all, as well as for carriers that already have a comprehensive distribution strategy in place. “With our solutions,” he said, “they can unlock secondary markets and generate incremental revenue without any risk.”