Transavia starts new route Dubrovnik

Amsterdam, april 21th, 2016 

Transavia now adds a new destination to its network by offering direct flights to and from Dubrovnik. The airline hereby links the Croatian city to its home markets in the Netherlands, France and Germany. 

The new routes fit in Transavia’s strategy to offer a broad network from its home markets to important cities in Europe. 

“We see a growing interest in Croatia. We respond to this by offering 18 weekly scheduled flights to Croatia this summer. Next to Dubrovnik, Transavia also flies to Split and Zadar. We hereby tripple our capacity to Croatia with a total of 155.000 seats in 2016,” says Paul de Raad, VP Marketing & E-commerce.

Passengers on board of the first flights from Amsterdam and Paris received a warm welcome at their arrival at Dubrovnik airport on Thursday. The route from Dubrovnik to Transavia’s new home base Munich will be opened on May 30th. 




Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday
Paris Orly-Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik-Paris Orly
Thursday, Saturday
Monday, Wednesday, Saturday
(as from May 30th 2016)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday €49
Paris Orly-Split
Split-Paris Orly
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday €50
Paris Orly- Zadar
Zadar-Paris Orly
* One way fares. Including taxes, VAT, booking & payment fees.  
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.