Articles Tagged ‘Transavia’

Dutch part of Transavia dominated by routes to Spain; new services to Germany and Cyprus celebrated in 2015

Dutch part of Transavia dominated by routes to Spain; new services to Germany and Cyprus celebrated in 2015

Transavia is the new(ish) name for both transavia.com and transavia.com France as Air France KLM looks to make its in-house LCC a growing force. We look in more detail at the Dutch part of the operation.

Transavia.com adds Kalamata to Greek network

Transavia.com adds Kalamata to Greek network

Transavia.com starts flights between Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Kalamata Airport.

Transavia.com’s Copenhagen base serves 13 destinations; local LCCs compete on all but one

nl201109-airline-trans-100.jpgFilling the void left after Sterling, Transavia.com was one of three LCCs entering Copenhagen about a year ago. How big has the Transavia.com base become? Which destinations are served and how much competition is the airline faced with? How do its fares compare to the competition?


Have cake and eaten it? Has abolition of departure tax helped KLM and Amsterdam?

Country AnalysisAnalysis of Amsterdam’s traffic figures show what impact the demise of the departure tax has had – or does it? What’s happening at the other Dutch airports and which are the leading country markets?

Transavia.com develops Copenhagen base as Dutch market falters; Innsbruck winter niche

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Profitable for the last 10 years KLM’s wholly-owned subsidiary Transavia.com has had to set up a foreign base to maintain growth. At which Austrian airport is it the second busiest carrier in winter?

New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 20 June – Friday 26 June):

Article Thumbnail: Route NewsThis week sees the launch of over 30 new routes from the likes of AeroSvit, Air China, Air Europa, Air Italy, AirTran, Alaska Airlines, blu-express, BlueWings, China Southern, clickair, CSA Czech Airlines, Delta, easyJet, Flybe, Jazeera, JetStar, Kingfisher, Lufthansa, MIAT Mongolian, Pegasus, Pluna, Porter, Transavia and Zambezi Airlines. That pretty much covers all four corners of the globe!


New routes launched during the last week
(Saturday 23 May – Friday 29 May):

Article Thumbnail: Route NewsA slightly quieter week but still over 20 new routes from the likes of airberlin, Allegiant Air, B&H Airlines, Carpatair, Cimber Sterling, easyJet, Jet2.com, Norwegian, Southwest, Transavia.com, TUIfly.com and Wind Jet. Next week we have over 100 new routes starting.

New routes launched during the last week (Saturday 16 May – Friday 22 May):

nib_anim3.gifNearly 40 new routes identified this week from airlines including Air Arabia Maroc, airberlin, AirTran, Allegiant Air, B&H Airlines, bmibaby, Cimber Sterling, easyJet, Finnair, Germania, Germanwings, Jet2.com, jetBlue, Oren Air, Transavia.com, TUIfly.com and US Airways.

Four-way fight on Copenhagen-Nice; newcomer Transavia.com is apparent price leader

Article Thumbnail: FarewatchFour-way fight on Copenhagen-Nice; newcomer Transavia.com is apparent price leader


New routes launched during the last fortnight
(Saturday 4 April – Friday 17 April)

Article Thumbnail: Route NewsOver 40 new routes took to the skies this week. Airlines feeling optimistic included Adria Airways, Aegean, Aer Lingus, Air Arabia, Air Astana, Air Austral, Air Southwest, American Airlines, Armavia, Brussels Airlines, City Airline, Karthago Airlines, LAN Argentina, LAN Ecuador, LOT, Luxair, Mauritania Airways, Northwest/Delta, Norwegian, SAA, Shenzhen Airlines, Sun D’Or, Swiss, Transavia.com, Turkish Airlines, V Australia, Virgin Blue and Wind Jet. Phew!

Copenhagen still gaining services as airlines take up Sterling slack

Article Thumbnail: Airport FocusSterling may be gone but its route network lives on in the hands of Cimber Sterling, Norwegian and Transavia. Malaga is now served by five airlines from Copenhagen but which other routes give customers a choice of at least three airlines?

Evolution of a hub; the curious case of Copenhagen Airport

Article Thumbnail: Lead StoryThe collapse of Sterling last October deprived Copenhagen of its second biggest airline. But our analysis reveals that other carriers have stepped in to more than replace the lost capacity. However, some destinations have not been picked up. To find out which ones, and to see our full analysis, download our spreadsheet.