Transavia Orly (Photo: LC)

Transavia has just announced the opening of sales for the winter season. They are accompanied by several new features including the launch of four international routes from autumn 2022.

The low-cost subsidiary of the Air France-KLM group will offer flights from its Paris-Orly base to Copenhagen (two flights/week) while Luxor and
Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt as well as Lulea (Swedish Lapland) will benefit from a weekly frequency.

Route extensions are also planned from Paris and in the regions. Transavia will thus extend its winter flight program to several routes already operational this summer. These include Orly-Erevan, Orly-Eilat (a revival) and Nantes-Dakar. The carrier will also continue to serve the island of Madeira directly from Lyon and Nantes.

Transavia also announces the extension of 4 domestic routesaften to facilitate family reunions and travel for its business customers. The routes concerned are: Orly – Perpignan, Orly – Pau, Marseille – Lille and Marseille – Rennes.

“We are delighted to open our sales for the winter 2022 season today. We wanted to offer more and more affordable travel options with the same quality of service,” explains Nicolas Hénin, Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing for Transavia France.

Tickets are now available for sale on the website of the largest low-cost carrier at Orly. Thanks to Travel Insurance, a Covid-19 cover is included in all insurance offers proposed at the time of booking tickets on Transavia, to allow passengers to travel with peace of mind.

Luc Citrinot