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Hahn Air links up with Innovata

Hahn Air links up with Innovata

Leading e-Ticketing provider Hahn Air has signed a deal with Innovata to provide routemaps for all partner airlines on its website.

Following the long-term deal, routemaps for more than 210 airlines can now be viewed on one website, allowing travel agents to easily view every possible routing a carrier currently operates at a glance – be it intercontinental, regional or domestic.

“In order to play a leading role in generating extra revenue for our airline partners, it is essential we support their global accessibility to all IATA travel agents worldwide,” explained Hahn Air president Hans Nolte.

“Hahn Air’s ticketing ability - via any GDS in all key BSPs worldwide - and ability to promote our clients’ route networks in innovative ways are both critical elements in achieving this objective.

“We are therefore delighted to have concluded this new agreement and look forward to working closely with Innovata.”

Innovata is a specialist in the creation, hosting and distribution of online based travel planning services. In association with IATA, Innovata maintains an industry leading airline schedules database with over 900 participating airlines.

AeroMexico route map, by Innovata

It also provides a range of electronic timetable and mapping services to over 100 airline, airport and travel website companies.

Richard Thorne, managing director for aviation at Innovata, expressed his enthusiasm for this new partnership with Hahn Air.

“Since launching our route network mapping software in 2006 we have established a very significant customer base around the world and have extended the use and application of the mapping service in several ways during this period,” he said.

“This agreement with Hahn Air takes that creativity another stage further with 210 airlines networks accessible for loading and display on a mapping GUI at the click of a mouse and we are thrilled to be providing this marketing service to Hahn Air’s airline clients,” he concluded.