Germany-based Hahn Air Group has
created a new company, Hahn Air Technologies, to offer alternative distribution
channels for airlines.
The company’s first product,
X1-Air, is intended for airlines that currently have “limited or no indirect
distribution connectivity.” It allows participating carriers to sell flights
through Amadeus, Sabre and soon Travelport, as well as offers scheduling,
fare filing, messaging, inventory management, booking, ticketing and
“Our products complete any airline’s distribution
strategy,” says Alexander Proschka, head of Hahn Air Technologies.
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“X1-Air allows low-cost airlines to outsource their
complete indirect distribution in a simple, risk-free and cost-efficient
manner. For regional airlines we provide easy access to a truly global
distribution network of over 100,000 travel agencies in 190 markets. For all
airlines which only have direct distribution channels, X1-Air is the perfect
first step to enter indirect distribution.”
Hahn Air Technologies’ initial clients include Air
Panama, ASL Airline France, Azur Air Ukraine, Jam Airlink Express, Mayair, Ulendo
Airlink, Westair Aviation and Wildcat Touring.
The company says Hahn Air Technologies will serve as
an innovation center to develop other new distribution systems such as NDC and
blockchain- and mobile-based solutions.
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