Transavia summer schedule now open for booking
More sunny destinations in 2018
The new destinations Transavia introduced last summer are being continued in the coming summer. Transavia will be flying to Belgrade, Ljubljana, Sofia, Tirana and Katowice at least three times a week. Furthermore, in 2018 the airline is offering a very extensive and varied selection of flights to sunny destinations in Europe. Besides Faro and Girona, Transavia will also be flying more frequently to the Greek Islands such as Kos, Zakynthos and Crete.
Transavia will be flying to no fewer than 11 destinations from all Dutch home bases. For example, passengers can choose to fly from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Rotterdam The Hague Airport, or Eindhoven Airport to Valencia, the Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca) or Lisbon. There will be flights several times a day to destinations such as Malaga and Heraklion.
New routes in the region
The growth capacity of the budget airline is also reflected in the selection at the regional home bases of Eindhoven Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport. From Eindhoven Airport, Transavia will be flying to Seville, Tel Aviv and Marrakesh for the first time in the summer. These three destinations were introduced from Eindhoven Airport for the 2017-2018 winter season and will now be year-round destinations.
From Rotterdam The Hague Airport, the airline is offering six new summer routes: Crete, Lisbon and Al Hoceima. Flights to Dubrovnik, Almeria and Palermo will no longer be departing from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, but from Rotterdam The Hague Airport.
The new Transavia flight schedule from the Netherlands makes it possible to book directly to 80 destinations and choose from more than 100 routes. The summer schedule starts on 3 April 2018 and runs until 31 October 2018. The summer schedule to and from the Netherlands can be booked starting today, Wednesday 20 September. Flights to and from France could be booked as of yesterday. For the complete Transavia flight schedule, visit www.transavia.com.