Hahn Air is based in Dreieich near Frankfurt and is owned by Nikolaus Gormsen and Hans Nolte. The German airline offers scheduled and charter flights from its base at Düsseldorf Airport to European destinations. It is also a leading provider of distribution services for air, rail, and shuttle partners, used extensively by over 100,000 travel agencies. Covering almost 200 markets and cooperating with over 300 travel providers, it provides travel from 4,000 different airports for millions of travelers each year. Hahn Air has established offices in Casablanca, Montevideo, Johannesburg, New Delhi, Manila, Paris and Minneapolis.
Founded in 1994 as an independent regional airline, Hahn Air then developed its unique distribution service for other airlines in 1999. It is now one of the world's largest companies of its kind. The first agreements were signed with airlines in Latin America, which marked the beginning of their new style of ticketing platform. In 2004, the airline signed its 100th interline agreement and also began to fly a charter service. Hahn Air issued the first interline e-tickets in 2006 and within two years, achieved 100% worldwide e-ticketing. Operational safety is paramount, and the airline is a full member of the IATA (International Air Transport Association). Their charter flights on state-of-the-art Cessna business jets can be used for medium and long distance routes within Europe.
Hahn Air offers scheduled flights between Düsseldorf Airport in Germany and Luxembourg Findel Airport. All passengers, whether Business or Economy, are entitled to use the Hugo Junkers Lounge or the Business Lounge Luxembourg. All seats are free, and refreshments are provided during the flight. Their charted flights offer a First Class service that is tailored to your individual requirements. The airline's ultra-modern top-spec jets travel directly to 1,500 airports , and customers can determine their own flight schedule. They can be booked at short notice, have state-of-the-art avionics, and have exceptionally comfortable leather seats. Taxi or limo services can be arranged to meet the plane directly on the tarmac.
The partners that work worldwide with the airline offer the full range of Economy, Business, and First Class travel options. These flights can be booked via travel agents located around the world.
For the Düsseldorf and Luxembourg scheduled flights, check-in opens 75 minutes before departure and shuts 20-30 minutes before take-off. Charted flights have less restrictions and departures times are agreed in advance so that there are no waiting times at check-in.