The Dutch airline Transavia will start flights from Brussels Airport in the 2020 summer season. The carrier will serve 9 destinations from our airport, totalling to 28 flights per week. With destinations mainly in the Mediterranean, Transavia hopes to attract both Belgian passengers and passengers from the south of the Netherlands, as well as bringing more tourists and other visitors to Belgium.
Brussels Airport is to welcome the Dutch airline Transavia as of the coming summer season. The carrier will serve a total of 9 destinations from Brussels Airport starting on 30 March, mainly to the Mediterranean. The destinations are Alicante and Ibiza in Spain, Verona in Italy, Corfu, Heraklion and Thessaloniki in Greece, Faro in Portugal, Tel Aviv in Israel and Agadir in Morocco.
Transavia belongs to the AIR FRANCE KLM Group and transports over 15 million passengers to more than 110 destinations each year. The airline has been active for more than 50 years with both scheduled flights and charter flights in Europe and North Africa. Transavia has 6 bases in Europe: Amsterdam, Rotterdam/The Hague and Eindhoven in the Netherlands, and Paris, Nantes and Lyon in France.
Tickets for Transavia’s scheduled flights from Brussels Airport are available from the Transavia website starting today.
– Alicante, Spain (ALC), from 30 March 2020, 5 times per week
– Ibiza, Spain (IBZ), from 03 April 2020, 4 times per week
– Verona, Italy (VRN), from 02 April 2020, 3 times per week
– Corfu, Greece (CFU), from 18 April 2020, 2 times per week
– Heraklion, Greece (HER), from 04 April 2020, 2 times per week
– Thessaloniki, Greece (SKG), from 02 April 2020, 3 times per week
– Faro, Portugal (FAO), from 30 March 2020, 4 times per week
– Tel Aviv, Israel (TLV), from 31 March 2020, 3 flights per week
– Agadir, Morocco (AGA), from 30 March 2020, 2 flights per week
Spain and Italy
Alicante and Ibiza in Spain, for example, are popular destinations with the Mediterranean climate, beautiful surroundings, delicious food and stunning beaches. Verona in Italy is the city of Romeo and Juliet! And this romantic city also has a place on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. The popular Lake Garda is less than half an hour away.
Greece and Israel
And then there are three top destinations in Greece. With the infinite number of islands, the azure blue sea, the always warm climate, the enormous history and culture, this is a country that many have already embraced in their hearts. Tel Aviv in Israel is not only a great destination for a city trip but also a coastal town with beautiful white sandy beaches on the crystal-clear water.
Morocco and Portugal
Agadir is located on the west side of Morocco: the perfect starting point for a trip through the Atlas Mountains. But Agadir itself is a dazzling place to be. The well-known crescent-shaped bay with sandy beaches and a bustling boulevard are a must-see. Finally, Faro is the “gateway” to the beautiful Algarve region, situated on perhaps the most beautiful coast in Europe. Wide golden beaches located on rugged rocks, picturesque Portuguese towns, delicious fish restaurants and a fantastic climate; it is everything that the Algarve is so famous for.
Brussels, 3 December 2019