Transavia Airline | Air Travel


Executive Interview | Air Travel

When it comes to modes of transport, the Dutch just seem to know how to get it right.

On the ground, the Netherlands boasts the highest bicycle modal share in the world (at 27%). As well as bicycle, bus, cars and rail, it also has a network of boat transport.

So, it’s no surprise that they’re seeing success in the skies, too.

Leading the way in low-cost air travel is Transavia, who serve 16 million passengers from Netherlands and France travelling to 150 European and North African destinations per year.

Where possible, Transavia is now functioning at its pre-Covid levels, and Chief Information Officer, Jeroen Cornelissen, is positive that it is now time to invest in the future.

Low Cost, Local and Loved

Transavia, which is considered the number one low-cost airline in the Netherlands, boasts a fleet of 44 Boeing 737 aircraft.

The flight operator has been a staple within the Netherlands since 1965, and in 2007 it also established a base in France.

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