Articles Tagged ‘Transavia France’
As Air France and KLM focus more than ever on the core, Transavia France will become a much more important unit in the group.
Montpellier has benefited from Transavia France’s new base and multiple other new routes, with the airport telling us about its core unserved markets.
Transavia’s two AOCs passed 18m seats last year, with Transavia France up by a 17% CAGR since 2010. This year, they were to begin 60+ routes and many began.
Wizz Air begins Abu Dhabi; American Airlines to start Seattle – Shanghai; Air Albania to be fifth airline from Tirana to London; and much, much more.
Transavia France has opened its new Montpellier Méditerranée base on 26 June, its fourth in France, and began its first three of 15 routes this summer.
Transavia France announces 12 S20 routes; expects over 445,000 France – Algeria seats in S20.
Transavia France new Montpellier base starts in April. Only one of its 12 routes will see direct competition. anna.aero predicted these 10 of these routes.
Transavia France has just announced a base at Montpellier from spring 2020. It’ll operate 20 routes – anna.aero says a good mixture of tourism and VFR.
Hamilton wins Cake of the Week Part I; vote from 26 creations and select your favourite Cake of the Week – S19 Part II
With Hamilton Airport tasting success in Part I for the cake it commissioned for Norwegian’s first flight from Dublin, it is now time for S19 Part II of the Public Vote. With another 26 entries overt the past two weeks, which will be your choice for Cake of the Week? Vote now!!
Vueling will offer 3.59 million seats on flights serving Paris Orly in 2018, a 3.8% increase on 2017. Since beginning flights to the French capital’s secondary hub in 2009, it has consistently grown its annual capacity proposition from the airport. Nick Preston examines recent developments in the LCC’s Orly network.
FIFA World Cup Final special, a review of the France-Croatia market; seats grow 154% since 2010; England and Belgium still in it
With France versus Croatia being the outcome for this year’s FIFA World Cup Final, anna.aero has decided to look at how the market between these two countries has developed. Jonathan Ford takes a closer look at the country pairing to see how capacity has developed, and who the best players are.
France-Spain capacity up by more than one-quarter in past four years; large hubs are top airports, Vueling is leading airline
The available capacity between France and Spain increased by 5.2% in 2017, with the number of two-way seats passing 14.33 million. The market has now experienced healthy growth for the past four years. Nick Preston examines recent trends in this country pair, including the largest airlines, airports and routes.