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Arajet joins Hahn Air’s network of X1-Air partners

4 May 2023

Hahn Air welcomes the Dominican airline Arajet in its leading partner portfolio. Hahn Air’s solutions enable Arajet to sell its flights in 190 markets, including countries outside of its route network. Now, travel agents can book Arajet flights under the X1 code via the standard reservation process and issue tickets on the insolvency-safe HR-169 document.  

Founded in 2021, Arajet (DM) is a low-cost airline based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. It offers direct service between its base (SDQ) and several cities in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. Its route network includes 17 destinations in eleven countries and 42 connections among nine countries of its network. Arajet operates with a fleet of five Boeing 737-8 aircraft and expects to double the number by the end of 2023.

“We are glad to be part of Hahn Air. Now travel agents worldwide can take advantage of our unique value offer that includes our strategic connecting hub in Santo Domingo, the lowest fares and great Dominican service aboard our new Boeing 737MAX8 aircraft”, said Nacim Yala, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer of Arajet.  

With its ticketing and distribution solutions, the German airline Hahn Air facilitates global business between travel agencies and airlines. Its global connectivity with all major Global Distribution Systems (GDS) and almost all billing and settlement plans (BSPs) enable more than 100,000 travel agents worldwide to issue flights of Hahn Air partner airlines on the HR-169 ticket.    

“Our indirect distribution services are the right fit for Arajet”, says Adriana C. Carrelli, Vice President Airline Business at Hahn Air. “Now Arajet can unlock secondary markets and generate incremental revenue without any additional risk or complexity.”    

Arajet recently announced that it has expanded to 42 round-trip connections between nine countries served twice a week, thus turning the Dominican Republic into the low-cost hub of the Caribbean. The airline’s future plans include new routes to South America’s Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, and Uruguay.

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Andrea Müller
Corporate Communications Manager
Tel: +49-6103-7331-0

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