SpiceJet, Hahn Air sign pact

SpiceJet will now  be available under its own SG code in the Amadeus GDS, as it signs an interline agreement with Hahn Air. The LCC is already available under Hahn Air’s H1 code in all GDSs.

TT Bureau

SpiceJet has signed an interline agreement with Hahn Air. The airline has already been available under Hahn Air’s H1 code in all major Global Distribution Systems (GDSs) since 2016.

Under the new interline agreement, the airline will be additionally available under their own SG code in the Amadeus GDS. This would allow travel agents around the world to issue SpiceJet flights on the insolvency-safe HR-169 ticket by choosing Hahn Air as the validating carrier. In addition, travel agents using the Amadeus GDS can combine SpiceJet’s flights with other Hahn Air partners’ flights on one single ticket. “We are proud to extend our partnership with SpiceJet. By providing a wealth of destinations and excellent service, this award-winning airline is very popular with travellers. We are excited to now give the travel agent community various options to easily access this carrier, even in markets where SpiceJet does not grant ticketing authority for SG or where the airline is not a member of the local BSP or ARC,” says Kimberley Long, Vice President, Agency Distribution, Hahn Air.

Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet, said, “We are delighted to partner with Hahn Air for distribution of our flights to over 190 markets that will help international passengers to seamlessly travel across various parts of India with ease and beyond. The interline agreement with Hahn Air and the strong distribution network of 350 airlines will positively benefit SpiceJet to increase its global reach under its own SG code.”

Spicejet recently started its Kolkata-Tezpur-Kolkata flight service. The newly introduced flight service will run on a daily basis.





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