Increasingly. Transavia now operates more than 100 routes from the France and the Netherlands to Europe and the Mediterranean basin and does not intend to stop its development. Compared to the summer of 2022, the 2023 summer traffic of the short- and medium-haul low-cost airline of the Air France-KLM group is also up 21%, the average occupancy rate of flights even reached 90% until August 23. And with a significant volume of bookings and flights already scheduled, this positive trend should continue until the end of the season, scheduled for the end of October. After announcing the openings of the Rennes-Marrakech, Brest-Marrakech and Paris Orly-Tozeur routes, Transavia France continues to roll out its flight offer for the 2023-2024 winter season with two new international routes to Dubai. A first for its customers who will be able to take advantage of a low-cost offer to reach the emirate from Lyon and Marseille airports.
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And the company continues to strengthen its winter program with flights to Hurghada (Egypt) from Nantes-Atlantique and Rovaniemi (Finland) from Paris-Orly. Still to Egypt, Transavia France will serve Cairo from its bases in Nantes-Atlantique and Lyon-Saint Exupéry. Lines offered from 99 euros TTC one way, from December 22, 2023. In parallel, it announces 4 road extensions to Lebanon, Tunisia and Algeria. Finally, Transavia France will once again serve Eilat, Israel, from Paris-Orly, from October 22, 2023 to March 24, 2024.
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A summer to the North
Although Bergen is Norway's second city, there is a provincial atmosphere, brimming with charm and city spirit. jana_janina / stock.adobe.com
A few days before the opening of sales for summer 2024, the company announces in preview at Le Figaro two new exclusive destinations from Paris-Orly: Tallinn (Estonia) and Bergen (Norway). "We are delighted to expand our network to the North with the opening of these new lines. We will also be the only airline to operate flights to these destinations from Paris-Orly," said Nicolas Hénin, Executive Vice President, Commercial and Marketing for Transavia France.
- Tallinn: 2 flights per week (Thursdays and Sundays), from 64 € TTC one-way from Paris-Orly – first flight on 4 April 2024.
- Bergen: 2 flights per week (Tuesdays and Saturdays), from 62 € TTC one way from Paris-Orly – first flight on April 6, 2024.
In parallel, the company announces the extension of 2 routes operated this winter: Paris Orly – Praia (Cape Verde) and Paris Orly – Dakhla (Morocco). Finally, the company resumes its flight to Cyprus by offering a Paris Orly – Larnaca twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from April 6, 2024. Sales for the 2024 summer season will open on Tuesday, October 10.
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Cabin baggage: free or paid on Transavia?
As on Air France, each ticket holder is entitled to one piece of hand luggage, such as a backpack or carry-on suitcase, free of charge. Passengers may also bring an accessory such as a small handbag or laptop bag, provided the total weight does not exceed 10 kg.
Perpignan Airport: reinforcement of the flight schedule for summer 2024
Perpignan - Paris: Transavia's morning flight back in April 2024. Laurent GRANDGUILLOT/REA
Finally, from April to October 2024, in order to best meet the needs of local stakeholders during the summer season, Transavia France will strengthen its program with the return of the night stop of an aircraft (The aircraft remains parked at night elsewhere than in Paris, which allows the company to continue to operate flights late at night and early in the morning, Editor's note) allowing an early departure at 6:45 am from Perpignan Rivesaltes Méditerranée airport and an increase in frequencies up to 19 flights per week, or almost 3 flights per day on average. All that's left to do is book your next flight.