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Transavia France

Transavia.com France
IATA
TO
ICAO
TVF
Callsign
FRANCE SOLEIL
Founded 2006
Commenced operations 2007
Operating bases Paris-Orly
Nantes
Lyon
Lille
Fleet size 19
Destinations 30
Headquarters Paray Vieille Poste, France
Key people Antoine Pussiau, CEO
Website www.transavia.com

Transavia France S.A.S., also known as Transavia.com France or Transavia France and trading as transavia.com, is a French based low-cost airline operating as an independent part of the Air France-KLM group. Its main base is at Paris-Orly airport. Transavia.com chiefly operates scheduled and charter services to leisure destinations. It is headquartered at Paris-Orly Airport in Paray Vieille Poste.[1][2]

History

The airline was established in November 2006 and began its operations in May 2007. Since January 2013, the CEO is Antoine Pussiau.[3]

Destinations

Fleet

Transavia France Boeing 737-800 docked at Paris-Orly Airport

The Transavia.com France fleet consists of the following aircraft as of October 2014[4][5][6]


As of May 2014, the average age of the Transavia.com fleet age is 7.5. [8]

On-board service

Transavia.com offers the "Assortment on Board" buy on board service offering food and drinks for purchase.[9]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Terms and conditions of carriage." Transavia.com. Retrieved on 2 January 2010. "Adresse: TRANSAVIA AIRLINES S.A.S. 18, avenue Louis Bleriot 91551 Paray vieille poste RCS 492 791 306 Evry FRANCE"
  2. ^ "Transavia France." Air France. Retrieved on 21 June 2010. "Its head office is in Paray-Vieille-Poste (Essonne), France. " and "Address: 18 Avenue Louis Blériot 91220 Paray-Vieille-Poste, France"
  3. ^ http://atwonline.com/airline-finance-data/news/transavia-france-appoints-antoine-pussiau-ceo-0130
  4. ^ [1]
  5. ^ http://www.transavia.com/hv/fr-FR/notre-flotte
  6. ^ 13 February 2014. France "Transavia France Fleet in Planespotters.net". planespotters.net. Retrieved 2014-02-13. 
  7. ^ [2]
  8. ^ [3]
  9. ^ "Assortment on board." transavia.com. Accessed October 24, 2008.

External links

  • Transavia.com
  • Transavia.com (France) Fleet



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