Transavia : It's a pleasure

Transavia continues to develop, thanks to its low-cost flights operated on departure from France and the Netherlands bound for destinations across Europe and the Mediterranean rim. The company is reaffirming its growth objectives: become customers’ low-cost carrier of choice, maintain its leading position in the Netherlands and become the number one company on departure from Paris-Orly to European destinations as of 2015.

Transavia continues to develop, thanks to its low-cost flights operated on departure from France and the Netherlands bound for destinations across Europe and the Mediterranean rim. The company is reaffirming its growth objectives: become customers’ low-cost carrier of choice, maintain its leading position in the Netherlands and become the number one company on departure from Paris-Orly to European destinations as of 2015.

It’s a pleasure ! Transavia continues to develop, thanks to its low-cost flights operated on departure from France and the Netherlands bound for destinations across Europe and the Mediterranean rim. The company is reaffirming its growth objectives: become customers’ low-cost carrier of choice, maintain its leading position in the Netherlands and become the number one company on departure from Paris-Orly to European destinations as of 2015.

BECOMING NUMBER ONE

In France, Transavia is seeing substantial growth(1)In 2020, it will carry three times the current number of passengers, thanks to expansion in the fleet from 14 to 40 aircraft. As a result,650 direct jobs will be created in the company.(1) Capacity measured in Available Seat-Kilometers (ASK) and relative to the Summer 2014 season (excluding the impact of the Air France pilots’ strike in September 2014).

NEW BOEINGS
 TO SUPPORT THE BRAND’S GROWTH


In 2015, Transavia placed an order for 20 Boeing B737-800s, with 17 firm orders and three aircraft under option. These aircraft will support Transavia’s rapid growth in France and
its development in the Netherlands. Deliveries
of these aircraft will begin in January 2016
and continue through to 2018. These orders, which are an integral part of the Perform 2020 plan, confirm the Group’s ambition in the low-cost segment on departure from
its domestic markets. The aircraft will have
189 seats, the “Boeing Sky Interior” and will be equipped with next-generation CFM56-7BE engines. The Transavia France and Transavia Netherlands fleets comprise exclusively
Boeing B737s, thereby ensuring significant savings, particularly in terms of aircraft maintenance costs.

NEW IDENTITY

In January 2015, the company unveiled a new logo and a new look. It’s a pleasure! thus became the Transavia signature, embodied for customers by all its pilots, hostesses, stewards and
ground staff. The pleasure principle is now
the cornerstone on which the airline is looking
to build its future.

A BRAND NEW WEBSITE

Transavia has also launched its new website aimed at greater efficiency, rapidity and ease
of use. The customer’s end-to-end navigation experience has been completely redesigned and optimized down to the confirmation emails for bookings. A more functional calendar and additional bespoke services developed in close cooperation with customers are also offered. For more, go to www.transavia.com.

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