transavia.com’s Eindhoven to Athens
Eindhoven Airport celebrated transavia.com’s inaugural flight to Athens on 18 April with an aircraft-shaped cake as well as cookies for passengers.
Bari Airport celebrated with a cake and a press conference its newest link to Amsterdam, courtesy of transavia.com’s thrice-weekly flights launched on 17 April.
Another of transavia.com’s new routes, the service to Thessaloniki was greeted with the traditional water arch salute at the Greek gateway on 17 April.
- transavia.com, the Dutch-based low-cost carrier, added three European links to its offering during the course of last week, all of which are operated thrice-weekly. On 17 April, the airline commenced services on the 1,907-kilometre sector from Amsterdam (AMS) to Thessaloniki (SKG) using its 189-seat 737-800s. On the same day, the LCC inaugurated the 1,540-kilometre airport pair between Amsterdam (AMS) and Bari (BRI), while the next day, on 18 April, it launched operations from Eindhoven (EIN) to Athens (ATH), both routes being served by a mixed fleet of the airline’s 149-seat 737-700s and 189-seat 737-800s. There is no competition on these airport pairs. See how these new routes’ FTWAs compare to the others in this week’s Arch of Triumph competition.