Starting this week, Transavia passengers can purchase airline tickets for the 2016 spring and summer season. This marks Transavia’s ambition to achieve significant growth with an increase in the frequency of scheduled flights to major destinations, including Dublin to Paris seven times a week.
Hervé Kozar, Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We are glad to open our summer flights 2016 on sale today and we look forward to welcome Irish passengers on board. Earlier this year, we launched Transavia’s ambitious new growth goals and now we are in a position to make this happen.
“We are implementing lots of new initiatives in order to further digitise the passenger journey and continuously improve the travel experience. Our passengers are the focus of everything we do and we are going the extra mile to continue serving them as optimally as possible. We now offer the best of both worlds; kindness and service combined with always affordable airline tickets.”
Transavia has embarked on a new course with a greater focus on business passengers. With the new 2016 summer schedule, business travellers can fly from Dublin to Paris seven times a week. For business travellers, Transavia offers attractive fares that include special services for more comfort and flexibility. Services include changing name and flight details up to two hours before the flight without paying a change fee and choosing every available seat.
The new Transavia flight schedule will make it possible to book directly to over a 100 destinations with fares starting at €30 one way. The summer schedule runs from 4th April to 31st October 2016 inclusive and more routes and frequencies will be added over the coming months.