Transavia will launch three new flights from Orly to Pau, Perpignan and Moscow.
The Air France
group is continuing its strategy of increasing the power of Transavia. The airline announced on Tuesday that it has inherited three new routes with a business connotation. Starting with two domestic routes from Orly airport as of March 27. Transavia will then connect Pau and Perpignan. The first destination will be linked to the Paris airport with 12 flights per week, compared to 14 for the Perpignan hub.
On March 28, Transavia will also start operating on the Paris-Moscow route. Two flights per week are expected between Orly and Vnoukovo airports.
” We are very pleased to announce the first steps of Transavia France in Perpignan, Pau and Russia
“, says Nicolas Hénin, Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing for Transavia.
In addition to these new routes, the airline’s management has made official two strategic reopenings for business travelers from Montpellier. Flights to Rome and Berlin, launched last summer but disrupted by the health crisis, will resume service.
Finally, Transavia will extend operations on the Lyon – Budapest route and will operate up to two flights per week between February 11 and October 28, on Fridays and Sundays.
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