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Emetebe Airlines enters GDSs under the X1 code

5 March 2020

The South American carrier Emetebe Airlines has chosen Hahn Air Technologies’ X1-Air product to enhance its distribution strategy. Available in Amadeus and Sabre GDSs for the first time, Emetebe Airlines can be booked worldwide under the X1 code and issued on the Hahn Air insolvency-safe HR-169 ticket. Standard GDS reservation and ticketing process applies.

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Divi Divi Air offers flights in GDSs under the X1 code

25 February 2020

Hahn Air Technologies expanded the list of X1-Air partners available in two major GDSs under the X1 code with a regional carrier from the Caribbean, Divi Divi Air. The Curaçao-based airline named after the local Divi-divi tree can now be booked in Amadeus and Sabre via the standard reservation process and issued on Hahn Air’s insolvency-safe HR-169 ticket via the standard ticketing process.

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Hahn Air celebrates 40 million insolvency-safe tickets sold

20 February 2020

Hahn Air is celebrating the milestone of 40 million insolvency-safe tickets sold. The figure counts tickets issued since 2010 when Hahn Air introduced the free ticket insurance Securtix®. The insurance guarantees reimbursement if a flight issued on an HR-169 ticket with any of Hahn Air’s more than 350 partner airlines is cancelled due to insolvency of the operating carrier.

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Collect hearts and win €1,000 with Hahn Air’s Valentine’s game

11 February 2020

This Valentine’s Day, Hahn Air invites all travel agents to play Cupid. In Hahn Air’s Valentine’s game “Heart-a-Stack”, they can pick up a virtual bow and help cartoon haracters to fall in love by aiming at their hearts with a virtual arrow.

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Hahn Air Foundation inaugurates school in Myanmar for 228 children

3 February 2020

Last Thursday, Nico Gormsen, General Manager of Hahn Air inaugurated the Hahn Air school in Myanmar on behalf of the Hahn Air Foundation. The festive ceremony was attended by almost 500 citizens of the village of Tha Pyay Tan, including the 228 children aged between six and ten who will learn and study in the five new classrooms.

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