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Transavia France announces the first 14 destinations from Montpellier

Transavia (France) Boeing 737-800 WL F-HTVI (msn 62164) PMI (Javier Rodriguez). Image: 946600.

Transavia France, the low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary of the Air France – KLM group, just unveiled its first 14 destinations out of Montpellier. As of April 3, 2020, Transavia will be the only LCC with airplanes based in Montpellier.
As of April 3, 2020, Transavia’s two aircraft based at Montpellier Airport will propose flights to 14 new destinations, including 13 exclusive ones:
– Portugal :
o Lisbon: 3 weekly flights, from 39€*, 5 April 2020
o Faro: 2 weekly flights, from 34€*, 4 April 2020

– Spain :
o Madrid: 3 weekly flights, from 34€*, 5 April 2020
o Seville: 2 weekly flights, from 39€*, 5 April 2020
o Palma:  2 weekly flights, from 29€*, 5 April 2020

– Greece :
o Athens: 2 weekly flights, from 60€*, 4 April 2020
o Heraklion (Crete): 2 weekly flights, from 70€, 3 April 2020

– Italy :
o Rome: 2 weekly flights, from 29€*, 5 April 2020
o Palermo: 2 weekly flights, from 34€*, 3 April 2020

– Morocco :
o Marrakech: 2 weekly flights, from 54€*, 13 June 2020
o Agadir: 2 weekly flights, from 44€*, 20 June 2020
o Oujda: 2 weekly flights, from 44€*, 27 June 2020

– Tunisia :
o Tunis: 3 weekly flights, from 54€*, 5 April 2020
o Djerba: 2 weekly flights, from 54€*, 13 June 2020

These destinations come in addition to the existing Montpellier – Rotterdam route operated by Transavia Netherlands. Transavia aims to carry 500,000 passengers for its first year of operations.

*one-way, including taxes and non-optional charge.

Top Copyright Photo: Transavia (France) Boeing 737-800 WL F-HTVI (msn 62164) PMI (Javier Rodriguez). Image: 946600.
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Transavia France makes Montpellier its next base

Transavia's 2017 "#MyPicOnAPlane" logo jet

Transavia France, the low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary of the Air France-KLM Group, will base two aircraft at Montpellier Méditerranée Airport from Spring 2020. Montpellier will become the fourth base for the LCC in France, and next summer it will fly to 20 destinations. It joins the carrier’s existing bases in Paris Orly, Lyon and Nantes, as Transavia France continues to strengthen its presence in the French market.


Next spring, Transavia France will be the only LCC with aircraft based in Montpellier. Thanks to stationing two aircraft at the airport, the carrier is proposing to serve a large range of exclusive Mediterranean destinations to the people of Montpellier and its region.

Copyright Photo: Transavia (France) Boeing 737-8K2 WL F-GZHO (msn 43880) (#MyPicOnAPlane) PMI (Javier Rodriguez). Image: 938251.

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Air France to push for a larger Transavia France fleet with SNPL ALPA

Transavia (France) Boeing 737-8K2 WL F-GZHU (msn 41352) PMI (Ton Jochems). Image: 946601.

Air France-KLM has issued this statement:

Air France-KLM is pleased that the SNPL ALPA Air France council representing a majority of Air France pilots has voted 97% in favor of beginning negotiations with Air France management in order to increase the number of aircraft in the Transavia (France) fleet, currently capped at 40 aircraft.

“This new development is a strong sign of the improved relationship and positive culture taking hold within Air France,” said Benjamin Smith, CEO of Air France-KLM Group.

A larger Transavia France operation is designed to protect the current size of Air France mainline and to position Transavia France as a strong player in the competitive low-cost market.

Note: Transavia France currently operates 36 Boeing 737-800s.

Top Copyright Photo: Transavia (France) Boeing 737-8K2 WL F-GZHU (msn 41352) PMI (Ton Jochems). Image: 946601.

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Transavia France introduces its new Bostik adhesives logo jet

Transavia France (Paris) has issued this statement about its new Bostik Boeing 737-800 logo jet:

For the first time in France, a Boeing 737-800 from the fleet of Air France-KLM subsidiary, Transavia, features a unique livery and logo which will promote Bostik’s new branding and identity across Europe. This unique contract between two French companies with international ambitions and operations highlights the expertise of Bostik, a specialist in adhesives for aerospace applications.

Bostik logo
According to the airline, “With a 250 square-meter airborne display of its new graphic identity, Bostik has people talking and has demonstrated that when it comes to performance, the sky’s the limit. The international manufacturer of adhesives for the industrial, construction and consumer markets unveiled the re-branded Boeing 737-800 airplane today during a press conference at Orly airport in advance of the aircraft’s inaugural flight.

Bostik and its parent company, Arkema, will use this high-profile Europe-wide campaign to promote their expertise in the adhesives and materials used by aircraft manufacturers which are designed to meet the industry’s exacting specifications.
Top-flight innovation from a leader in adhesives

As a partner to the aerospace industry since 1954, Bostik has developed numerous adhesive solutions designed specifically for aircraft applications. Although invisible to passengers, these high-technology products play a critical role in safety and comfort, helping to ease cabin vibration during take-off and landing and reducing noise throughout the flight. Bostik became a member the Arkema family in early 2015. Together, the two companies offer a broad array of products for the aerospace industry, including innovative solutions to join difficult materials, strengthen others and reduce aircraft weight.

The “Bostik airplane” will fly to 47 destinations in Europe in 20 different countries until the end of November 2015, making two round-trip flights per day. In all, 145,000 passengers will travel on the Bostik airplane over the next six months and millions of others will have a chance to admire it at Orly Sud, its main hub, and during layovers.

Bostik became a member of Arkema in February 2015 and accounts for 25% of the Group’s business. Bostik is a leading global adhesive specialist in industrial manufacturing, construction and consumer markets. For more than 125 years, we have been developing innovative adhesive solutions that are smarter and more adaptive to the forces that shape our daily lives. From cradle to office and from home to worksite, Bostik’s smart adhesives can be found everywhere. With 2014 sales of €1.5 billion, the company employs 4,900 people and has a presence in more than fifty countries.

Copyright Photo: Manuel Negrerie/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-8K2 F-GZHG (msn 30650) in the new Bostik special livery arrives at the Paris (Orly) Base.

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Transavia orders 17 Boeing Next-Generation 737-800s

Boeing (Chicago, Seattle and Charleston) and Transavia Company (Transavia Airlines and Transavia France), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Air France KLM Group, today announced an order for 17 Next-Generation 737-800s, including options for three additional airplanes. The order, valued at $1.6 billion at current list prices, was previously booked and attributed to an unidentified customer on the Boeing Orders & Deliveries website.

The order will significantly support the growth of Transavia’s operations from France and the Netherlands. The airline currently has a combined all-Boeing fleet of 45 Next-Generation 737s.

Air France and KLM are now funneling more routes to its two main subsidiaries.

Transavia Company has six bases, with Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport and Paris-Orly Airport as its main hubs, serving 110 destinations in Europe and North Africa. Passenger numbers reached 10 million in 2014.

Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-8K2 PH-HSJ (msn 42150) taxies at the Amsterdam base in the now old 2005 livery.

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Transavia introduces a new bright and whimsical look

Transavia (2015) logo (large)

Transavia Airlines (Netherlands) (Amsterdam) and Transavia France (Paris-Orly) have introduced a new brighter shade of green and white livery, ten years after the last change. The new makeover by Studio Dumbar redesigns the “t” logo and the new style font titles also drop the .com.

Transavia New Year

 

The company is advertising the change as “the new Transavia”.

Read how the new brand was developed by Studio Dumbar: CLICK HERE

Images below: Studio Dunbar.

Transavia (Netherlands) 737-700 WL PH-XRX (15)(Tko)(Studio Dunbar)(LR)

Transavia (Netherlands) 737-800 WL PH-HZN (15)(under)(Transavia)(LR)

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Transavia France to introduce six new routes next summer season, Air France’s pilots approve the expansion of Transavia France

Transavia France (Paris-Orly) is introducing six new routes for the summer season of 2015. Five new routes will be from Orly Airport to Dublin (effective June 1, daily), Munich (effective September 4, daily) Thessaloniki (effective May 9, three flights a week), Tirana (effective July 2, three weekly flights) and Valencia (effective June 1, six weekly flights) per Airline Route.

The French airline will also operate a Nantes-Madrid route effective on April 12, 2015 on three days a week.

In other news, 53 percent of Air France’s pilots approved the draft agreement to allow Transavia France to expand operations from Paris Orly. Air France issued this statement on December 3:

Air France welcomes the positive outcome of the consultation with all its pilots on the draft development agreement for Transavia France.

With a very high participation rate, 53% of Air France pilots approved the agreement, reaching 60% for members of the majority union SNPL.

This result will be approved by the Union Council of the SNPL (National Union of Airline Pilots), which will meet tomorrow Thursday, December 4.

To date, more than 200 Air France pilots have volunteered to fill the 72 positions available at Transavia France.

“We welcome the positive outcome of this consultation which puts an end to a period of uncertainty. The majority of pilots have chosen to accompany us in our growth strategy on the low-cost market with Transavia” declared Frédéric Gagey, Chairman and CEO of Air France.

Thanks to this agreement, Transavia’s rapid development plan in France will continue:

• Strong growth in summer 2015: 21 aircraft operated compared with 16 in summer 2014, making Transavia the leading low-cost airline at Paris-Orly from summer 2015.

• A target of 37 Boeing 737 by 2019.

Integrated career management for pilots at Air France and Transavia will be introduced, including a joint seniority list.

This development meets the pilots’ high expectations and enables overstaffing at Air France to be more easily managed by organizing secondments to Transavia France.

to Dublin (effective June 1, daily), Munich (effective September 4, daily) Thessaloniki (effective May 9, three flights a week), Tirana (effective July 2, three weekly flights) and Valencia (effective June 1, six weekly flights).

The French airline will also operate a Nantes-Madrid route effective on April 12, 2015 on three days a week.

Copyright Photo: Steve Bailey/AirlinersGallery.com. The pictured Boeing 737-8K2 F-GZHM (msn 37792) was delivered new on May 13, 2014. The Transavia France Boeing 737 fleet will expand to 37 aircraft by 2019.

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