The French boutique airline La Compagnie and German scheduled airline Hahn Air announced a new Interline Electronic Ticketing Agreement (IET). La Compagnie, offering all-business-class flights from Paris to New York, joined Hahn Air’s network of over 300 air, rail and shuttle partners to enhance its global distribution. Its flights are now available on Hahn Air’s HR-169 ticket to travel agents using Amadeus, Galileo, Sabre, Apollo and Worldspan under La Compagnie’s IATA code B0 – even in markets where it is not a member of the local Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP).
La Compagnie’s operational base is Paris’ Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG) airport. With a fleet of two Boeing 757-200s, it offers up to two daily flights from Paris (CDG) to New York City (EWR) and from New York City (EWR) to Paris (CDG). The aircraft are equipped with only 74 seats and provide a business class experience for each passenger, complete with two items of checked luggage, priority access at the airport and free access to the business class airport lounges. In its three years of existence, the airline has operated more than 2,000 flights and carried more than 115,000 passengers.
Hahn Air is a German scheduled and business charter airline founded in 1994. Today, Hahn Air covers 190 markets and cooperates with over 100,000 travel agencies. Although Hahn Air offers these distribution and ticketing services exclusively to transportation companies and travel agents, travelers benefit as well from being able to choose from more carriers, more routes and more destinations. Hahn Air is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Hahn Air is based in Dreieich near Frankfurt, Germany. The fleet of Hahn Air Lines operates out of the airports Dusseldorf and Frankfurt Egelsbach.