Posted on: 21 April 2015 by Mark Howells
Hahn Air is now supporting Interline Electronic Miscellaneous Documents (IEMDs), the new service already being available on the Amadeus GDS (other GDSs will follow over the coming months) and with the first airline partner to benefit being Adria Airways.
The Slovenian carrier now gains incremental revenue with the sale of ancillary services in up to 190 markets.
The Electronic Miscellaneous Document (EMD) is an IATA standard document sold via GDS to enable the indirect sale, fulfilment and tracking of usage of ancillary airline services in one seamless process. However, airlines can only sell their EMDs in markets where they have joined the local settlement system (BSP). With an interline-agreement, partner carriers can now sell their services via Hahn Air’s HR-169 Interline Electronic Miscellaneous Document (IEMD) to 95,000 travel agencies in 190 markets.