to allow the use of electronics on board

Schiphol, April 30, 2014

Starting 1 May, passengers on flights may use their electronic equipment on board during the entire flight, thereby providing them with even greater convenience. However, equipment with an antenna function must use the flight mode when the doors are closed. This new policy is in response to new recommendations from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

This concerns the following electronic devices: smartphones, tablets, e-readers, cameras and small handheld game consoles. Larger electronic equipment like laptops must be stored during taxiing, takeoff and landing.

About –, a member of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group, provides scheduled service and charter flights to more than 100 destinations, primarily in the Mediterranean area and popular winter sports destinations. distinguishes itself through its ‘low fare with care’ policy and offers an attractive basic price with additional (paid) products and services. In the Netherlands, the airline flies from the national airport of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, as well as the regional airports of Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Eindhoven Airport and Groningen Airport Eelde. also operates from Paris through Transavia France. 
During the annual Feather Awards (Verenuitreiking) in 2013, was chosen Best Low-Cost and Best Charter Airline by the Dutch travel sector for the fifth time in a row. is the title sponsor of the Transavia Grand Slam Beach Volleyball Tournament, held from 16 to 20 July at Scheveningen.