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Transavia is starting Helsinki and Stockholm

Fourteen new routes for the summer

Schiphol, 3 April  2017

Today, Transavia waved off the first passengers travelling the two new routes for this summer season: Amsterdam - Helsinki and Eindhoven - Stockholm. The two flights today mark the launch of fourteen new routes: eight from Amsterdam, five from Rotterdam and one from Eindhoven.

In April, we will be launching the routes between Amsterdam and Ljubljana (3 x per week), Belgrade (3 x per week), Almeria (3 x per week) and Reus (2 x per week). In May, we will be adding Sofia (3 x per week), Katowice (3 x per week) and Tirana (3 x per week).

We will also be launching new routes from Rotterdam in April. The first is to be launched this week: Rotterdam - Venice (4 x per week). Soon to be followed by Bergerac (5 x per week), Pisa (4 x per week) and Valencia (4 x per week). And as of July, we will also be operating flights to and from Pula (3 x per week).
With the launch of these fourteen new routes, Transavia is strengthening its position in the Dutch market with a wide selection of city trips, beach holidays and business destinations for everyone.

New flights

First flight

Frequency

Amsterdam – Helsinki (Finland)

3 April

4 x per week

Amsterdam – Belgrade (Serbia)

4 April

3 x per week

Amsterdam – Ljubljana (Slovenia)

4 April

3 x per week

Amsterdam – Reus (Spain)

15 April

2 x per week

Amsterdam – Almeria (Spain)

22 April

3 x per week

Amsterdam – Katowice (Poland)

9 May

3 x per week

Amsterdam – Tirana (Albania)

10 May

3 x per week

Amsterdam – Sofia (Bulgaria)

10 May

3 x per week

Rotterdam – Venice (Italy)

6 April

4 x per week

Rotterdam – Pisa (Italy)

14 April

4 x per week

Rotterdam – Bergerac (France)

7 April

5 x per week

Rotterdam – Valencia (Spain)

14 April

4 x per week

Rotterdam – Pula (Croatia)

6 July

2 x per week

Eindhoven – Stockholm (Sweden)

3 April

4 x per week

About Transavia

Transavia, a member of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group, operates scheduled and charter flights to more than 110 destinations, primarily in Europe and Northern Africa. Transavia has 50 years of experience and is the accessible low-cost airline in Europe, leading in hospitality, service and digital services. Transavia offers an attractive basic price for both leisure and business travellers with additional (paid) products and services. Transavia carries 11 million passengers a year and operates with a young and environmentally friendly fleet. Transavia offers flights from its seven hubs in three European markets; the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Rotterdam/The Hague, Eindhoven), and France (Paris, Nantes and Lyon) as well as from Munich in Germany.