Transavia is starting Helsinki (from Amsterdam) and Stockholm (from Eindhoven)

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Fourteen new routes for the summer

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

Schiphol, 3 April  2017

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