Hahn Air Lines partners Returnjet
Hahn Air Lines and Returnjet have announced a partnership allowing brokers to book places on its empty legs using the Returnjet booking platform.
Returnjet’s platform was integrated with Hahn Air Lines’ flight operations management system, FL3XX, in July. And more than 1,000 brokers worldwide can now access and book the airline’s charter inventory.
“Our charter operations have already seen a growth of over 60% YTD compared to 2016, and we are confident that this partnership will further contribute to our business success.”
Simon Riha (pictured), chief development officer, Flight Operations at Hahn Air Lines, said: “Our charter operations have already seen a growth of over 60% YTD compared to 2016, and we are confident that this partnership will further contribute to our business success.
“We are looking forward to optimising our processes and communication with brokers. Moreover, we will, for the first time, have an effective solution to manage, offer and fill empty legs.”
Steve Westlake, aviation director at Returnjet, added: “Returnjet is the fastest growing free online charter search and booking platform for the global charter market. The recent integration with FL3XX is another important step in the development of our platform.
“Hahn Air Lines is a great addition to our portfolio of operators and we are very pleased to now offer their high-quality product to our brokers.”
In addition to the partnership with Returnjet, Hahn Air Lines is planning integrations with online booking platforms aimed directly at passengers, such as Stratajet and Lunajets.
Hahn Air Lines is a scheduled and business jet charter airline based in Germany. It was founded in 1994 and has bases in Dusseldorf and Frankfurt Egelsbach.
Since 2010, it has been operating a bi-weekly scheduled route between Dusseldorf and Luxembourg, under a code-share agreement with Luxair. It also offers domestic and international bizjet charter flights to 1,500 airports in Europe and beyond. Its all-Citation fleet consists of one Cessna Citation CJ4 and two Cessna Citation Sovereigns.