Hahn Air salutes top agents

Ben­galuru wit­nessed its share of glitz as Hahn Air ac­knowl­edged its top-per­form­ing travel agen­cies and part­ners for 2015.

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Hahn Air hosted an awards cer­e­mony to cel­e­brate its top-per­form­ing travel agen­cies and val­ued busi­ness part­ners for the year 2015. With In­dia be­ing one of Hahn Air’s top 10 mar­kets world­wide, the air­line has es­tab­lished it­self as one of the lead­ing tick­et­ing spe­cial­ists across the sub-con­ti­nent.

Over 50 travel agents from Ben­galuru at­tended the pres­ti­gious awards cer­e­mony. Hahn Air awarded a cer­tifi­cate of ap­pre­ci­a­tion recog­nis­ing its top 10 agen­cies for their con­tin­ued sup­port and for be­ing among its top busi­ness part­ners. The top three agen­cies, based on the cri­te­ria of high­est rev­enue per travel agency, took home tro­phies fea­tur­ing Hahn Air’s mas­cot ‘Martin, the smart travel agent’.

The top agency for the evening was Riya Travel & Tours (In­dia) while FCM Travel So­lu­tions (In­dia) was awarded sec­ond place. GBT In­dia Pri­vate Lim­ited took home the third tro­phy.

Kim­ber­ley LongUr­banetz, Vice Pres­i­dent (Sales & Agency Dis­tri­bu­tion), was there to present the awards along with Hahn Air’s Di­rec­tor Global Ac­count Man­age­ment for Southern In­dia, Bharat Kapoor. She said, “We are very op­ti­mistic about the In­dian mar­ket as it holds great po­ten­tial and In­dian travel agen­cies have in­creased their busi­ness with Hahn Air to date by over 20 per cent in 2015 com­pared to 2014. Our out­look for 2016 is ex­tremely promis­ing and we look for­ward to greater co­op­er­a­tion with our val­ued busi­ness part­ners.”

To ac­knowl­edge the im­por­tance of the mar­ket, Hahn Air has es­tab­lished a ded­i­cated ser­vice desk for In­dia which can be reached 24 hours. There are also three re­gional Global Ac­count Direc­tors in charge of their re­spec­tive re­gions for mar­ket­ing and sales sup­port and re­lated ac­tiv­i­ties.

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