Facts about Transavia
Transavia, owned by Air France-KLM and formerly a charter airline had a low-cost subsidiary known as Basiq Air. Based in the Netherlands, Basiq Air began flying in 2000.
In December 2004, Transavia killed off the Basiq Air brand and integrated these routes into the parent company. At this time, Transavia also restructured in order to become a low-cost airline, replacing the gap left by Basiq Air.
In general, they follow the low-cost model, and were the pioneers of internet check-in for low-cost carriers.
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Low-cost airline routes with Transavia
Select either an airport or a country to which you wish to fly with Transavia.
This page contains an index of all of the routes operated by Transavia. If you know that you are looking for a route flown by Transavia, then select the country or city to which you wish to fly from the index.
You will then be presented with a list containing all of the routes available to your chosen destination. If an airport you are looking for is not present in this list, then there is not currently (or scheduled for the future) a route operated by Transavia to this destination. You may wish to view the index of all routes to see if alternative airlines operate a flight.
Selecting a route will allow you to view more information about it, including information on booking.