Passengers can be seen disembarking the inaugural flight between Rotterdam and Pula on 6 July. The carrier will operate the 1,049-kilometre route three times weekly on its fleet of 737-700s.
- Transavia on 6 July began flights between Rotterdam (RTM) and Pula (PUY), the carrier’s second route to Croatia from the Dutch airport after Split. Its latest service will be flown three times weekly according to OAG schedules on its 737-700s, with no other airline currently flying the 1,049-kilometre sector. With this launch, Transavia now serves 21 destinations from Rotterdam this summer, operating 117 weekly flights. When referring to anna.aero’s New Route Database, the next planned route for Transavia from Rotterdam is to Lisbon, with flights scheduled to begin on 18 February.