Air France-KLM Group has been named as the airline’s GSA effective May 11.
Transavia is a member of the Air France-KLM Group, which has been operational for 50 years offering flights from Holland and France to destinations all over Europe. In Greece, Transavia operates 69 flights a week on 19 different routes, from 11 airports in the country and transports some 585.000 passengers per year on those routes.
On May 5, Transavia opened a new route from Thessaloniki to Paris Orly, which operates three times a week.
The airline’s modern fleet is composed of 45 Boeing 737 and is equipped with a single-class cabin and new eco-leather seats. Transavia flights are distributed through various sales channels such as Amadeus, Galileo (Travelport) and Sabre, as well as via their website.
Transavia operates in close contact with the Air France-KLM Group as it offers codeshare flights with KLM on the routes from Thessaloniki and Heraklion to Amsterdam in order to connect with KLM’s long haul network. Passengers are also offered the ability to earn and burn Flying Blue Miles on all Transavia flights.