Transavia Transavia will soon serve 100 airports from Paris Orly

Boosted by the strategic reorientation of its parent company Air France KLM, Transavia is continuing its rise in the French market. The low-cost airline, which will be able to rely on a fleet of 61 aircraft as of April, is taking on a new dimension. This is illustrated by the symbolic step that will soon be taken at Orly: Transavia is preparing to serve no less than 100 destinations from the Paris hub with the addition of new routes to Bodrum (June 5), Ankara (July 10) Lamezia Terme (July 8) and Larnaca (July 9). Also from Orly, Transavia will fly to Ljubljana, Glasgow and Yerevan

. The carrier will also add flights from Nantes and Montpellier to Split in early July.

In all, Transavia plans to add 31 routes to its summer catalog, including several major routes for business travelers, such as the Marseille-Beirut route, offered exclusively from May 5. The domestic network will also benefit from this increased offer, with the addition of six French flights: Orly-Perpignan, Orly-Pau, Marseille-Lille, Marseille-Rennes, Toulouse-Rennes and Nantes-Figari.

Florian Guillemin

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