Transavia unveils the Peter Pan aircraft

On 11 November, Transavia will unveil the first Peter Pan aircraft with a spectacular celebration. The unveiling ceremony in hangar 5 at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol will also be the first time that Transavia’s aircraft will be shown in its new livery. Afterwards, the aircraft will fly around the Netherlands, making stopovers in Eindhoven and Rotterdam where it will be ceremoniously welcomed by the fire department, which will give it a water salute.

Amsterdam, 6 November 2017

Invitees for this special day are sponsors, travel guides and young people who have taken a Peter Pan Holiday Club trip. The Peter Pan Holiday Club was set up in 1996 by Transavia staff. It organises holidays for young people who are unable to go on holiday independently because of an impairment, disability or chronic illness.

The aircraft

As of 11 November, the colourful Peter Pan Boeing 737-800 aircraft will be used for scheduled flights and can be admired anywhere on a day-to-day basis the next 6 years. The painting is in celebration of Transavia’s 50th anniversary and was specially designed by Studio Dumbar, which also designed the airline’s house style. The unveiling of the Peter Pan aircraft can be followed live on 11 November on Transavia’s Facebook page.

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 nearly 50 years of experience and is the most affordable and accessible low-cost airline in Europe, with a strong focus on 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 10 million passengers a year and operates with a young and environmentally friendly fleet. In the Netherlands, we fly from Amsterdam, Rotterdam/The Hague, Eindhoven and Groningen and, in France, from Paris, Nantes, Lyon and Strasbourg.