Transavia, the low-cost airline of the Air France KLM Group, increases the number of seats from Dublin by 9% with the opening of a new route, Dublin to Munich, three times a week. The first flight will operate on Tuesday 28th March 2017. This new route completes Transavia offer, the route from Dublin to Paris being operated nine times a week.
Hervé Kozar, Chief Commercial Officer, Transavia said: “Our route from Dublin to Paris is a real success. For that reason, Transavia decided to extend its offer out of Dublin. We are very glad to offer scheduled services three days a week between Dublin and Munich. It is a pleasure to welcome 189 people onboard and offer passengers an attractive price and friendly service. We believe very strongly in this route, which has much to offer to business and leisure passengers.”
From Dublin Airport
Tickets from Dublin to Munich are offered from €39 (depending on availability, one-way, including booking and payment fees) and can be booked via the website: www.transavia.com, the Transavia call centre (+352 2700 2728), or travel agents (flights are available in Amadeus, Galileo and Sabre).
Transavia also offers flights from Dublin to Paris nine times a week with fares starting at €34 (one-way, depending on availability, including booking and payment fees).