Hahn Air Interline Agreements

The airline`s ticket-related conditions apply, i.e. the marketing company. In the case of the issuance of a Sharing Carriers rate, the applicable rules and tariff conditions of this codeshare carrier must be complied with by the agent. Please note that with respect to general conditions such as baggage, extra baggage, etc., the terms and conditions of the exporting airline may apply. Links to the terms and conditions of the airlines concerned can be accessed in the Partner Airlines section www.hahnair.com. Please follow Hahn Air`s instructions to www.hahnair.com in the modified version from time to time. The agent must also respect the rules and procedures published by local settlement systems, for example. B BSP, ARC, TCH. Hahn Air`s refund policies can be accessed at www.hahnair.com.

The refund of unused documents or part of them is made according to the following conditions: The refund of a fully unused or partially used ticket is only made at the request of the passenger. The first Air E rooster ticket and the first Interline HR-169 e-ticket are issued. Hahn Air Systems is in the process of being created. Please use information about www.hahnair.com or support of our Service Desk to resolve any problems to avoid subsequent sampling. Hahn Air launches its own website for flights, www.hahnair.aero. You can find information on ticket availability on HR 169 documents in your market via Hahn Air`s quick check-in tool on www.hahnair.com. Some rates are limited to HR documents for exposure. Please also check the rules of the corresponding tariff base (for example. B sales restrictions, flight restrictions, etc.) submitted to the GDS.

You can also contact the Hahn Air Service Desk under service@hahnair.com Hahn Air supports Interline Electronic Miscellaneous Documents (IEMDs), which allows Interline partners to sell ancillary services in markets where they have not adhered to local billing and billing plans (BSP). For more information about Hahn Air and its products and services to travel agencies and airlines, visit www.hahnair.com. The first interline agreements between Hahn Air and five airlines in Latin America will be signed and will mark the beginning of the Hahn Air ticketing platform and the company`s distribution services. Hahn Air signs its first interline agreement with a railway company, the British high-speed train company Eurostar. 17 of the new airline partners use the HR-169 product and have entered into an interline agreement with Hahn Air. The other 23 airlines use H1-Air or X1-Air products for airlines wishing to strengthen their presence in GDS, expanding their reach to more than 100,000 travel agencies in 190 markets.