Pobeda distributes globally under Hahn Air Systems' H1 code
Hahn Air Systems signed a deal with low-cost carrier Pobeda Airlines, allowing it to be distributed under the H1 code in all major GDSs worldwide. Travel agencies worldwide can now issue the Hahn Air Group’s 12th Russian partner on the insolvency-safe Hahn Air ticket using the standard GDS ticketing process.
Head of Hahn Air Systems, Alexander Proschka, said, “In today’s economy, being able to reach additional markets via indirect distribution is vital for the business performance of an airline. That’s why we’re proud that our H1-Air product helps airlines and tour operators with limited or no GDS presence of their own to distribute worldwide via all major GDSs. Via the H1 code, our partners can reach over 190 markets and thus profit from increased ticket sales through 100,000 travel agencies.”
Hahn Air Systems is a global consolidation service that connects airlines of all business models, as well as rail and ferry providers to major GDSs worldwide. Launched in 2012, Hahn Air Systems' H1-Air product allows airlines with a limited GDS connection to be bookable under the H1 reservation code in more than 100,000 travel agencies in 190 markets.
Whereas, Pobeda Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeroflot, is based at the Vnukovo International Airport (VKO) in Moscow. Founded in 2014, Pobeda serves 78 destinations in 13 countries in Asia and Europe. Pobeda's fleet includes twelve B737-800 aircraft.