Transavia Orly (Photo: LC)

Transavia inaugurated its new routes to Skiathos, Kefalonia in Greece and Podgorica in Macedonia at Orly on Saturday April 23, followed the next day by its first flight to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. Ten days earlier, the carrier also inaugurated its first flights to Bilbao and Ljubljana. These six destinations strengthen the presence of the Air France

Group’s low-cost subsidiary which is continuing to develop its summer offer.

“We are very happy to inaugurate these new routes. Our Parisian customers now have new travel opportunities at affordable prices to reach destinations off the beaten track such as Kefalonia and Skiathos in Greece. Finally, we are delighted to add 3 new capitals to the Transavia network: Ljubljana in Slovenia, Yerevan in Armenia and Podgorica in Montenegro,” said Nicolas Hénin, Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing of Transavia France.

On all these destinations, the carrier offers two weekly frequencies except on Yerevan. On the Armenian capital, Transavia offers a weekly rotation every Saturday.

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addition, following the decision of the Algerian authorities, Transavia has increased its offer between France and Algeria. The company has been authorized to serve seven air routes. Transavia serves Algiers 10 times a week from Orly and Oran five times a week. The carrier also offers two flights per week to Orly-Constantine. From Lyon, the airline offers two flights a week to Algiers and a weekly flight to Lyon-Oran, a new service. On Montpellier-Alger, Transavia offers two weekly flights and finally on Nantes-Alger one weekly flight.

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Finally, Transavia has launched a new international base in Brussels. From June 30, the Dutch subsidiary of Transavia will station a Boeing 737-800 at the Belgian hub. It will inaugurate 16 flights per week to Alicante, Ibiza, Faro and Heraklion. A second aircraft will join the Brussels base in the fall.