Monday, 9 December 2019

Transavia France announces its first 14 destinations from Montpellier


Transavia France, which is the French low-cost airline of the Air France - KLM group has recently unveiled its first 14 destinations to operate from Montpellier. 


From April 3, 2020, it will be the only low-cost airline to have a base in Montpellier and the firm aims to develop a low-cost quality offer to a wide range of exclusive popular destinations, including Italy, Spain and Morocco.

Thanks to two aircraft based at Montpellier airport, Transavia will serve from April 3, 2020, 14 new destinations, including 13 exclusive routes:


Portugal
Lisbon: 3 flights a week from 39 €, 1st flight on 5 April 2020
Faro: 2 flights a week from 34 €, 1st flight on 3 April 2020

Spain
Madrid: 3 flights a week from 34 €, 1st flight on 5 April 2020
Seville: 2 flights a week from 39 €, 1st flight on 5 April 2020
Palma: 2 flights a week from 29 €, 1st flight on 5 April 2020

Greece
Athens: 2 flights a week from 60 €, 1st flight on 4 April 2020
Heraklion: 2 flights a week from 70 €, 1st flight on 3 April 2020

Italy
Rome: 2 flights a week from € 29, 1st flight on April 5, 2020
Palermo: 2 flights a week from 34 €, 1st flight on 3 April 2020

Morocco
Marrakech: 2 flights a week from 54 €, 1st flight on 3 April 2020
Agadir: 2 flights a week from 44 €, 1st flight 20 June 2020
Oujda: 2 flights a week from 44 €, 1st flight 27 June 2020

Tunisia
Tunis: 3 flights a week from 54 €, 1st flight on 5 April 2020
Djerba: 2 flights a week from 54 €, 1st flight on 13 June 2020

These destinations are in addition to the Montpellier - Rotterdam line operated by Transavia Netherlands. Transavia aims to welcome 500,000 passengers for its first year of operations. The choice of these first destinations was built from exchanges with Montpellier airport and the precise knowledge of all destinations by Transavia. They benefit from a very strong tourist potential and support, for some of them, on very strong links with the inhabitants of the territory of Montpellier. Transavia also intends to develop the attractiveness of the Montpellier region by attracting more foreign travellers through its offers. 

Nathalie Stubler, CEO of Transavia France, says: "We were impressed by the warm welcome we received at the announcement of the opening of the Montpellier base. We were eager to unveil these first destinations from Montpellier. The program we are presenting will enable us to respond to a very strong demand from residents to have access to a low-cost offer from Montpellier airport but also to participate in the attractiveness of the territory by welcoming new tourists. The countdown is now launched: in 4 months, the first Transavia flight will take off from Montpellier airport. "

Emmanuel Brehmer, Chairman of the Executive Board of Montpellier Airport, said: "We have to take stock of what is currently happening for the Montpellier Méditerranée Airport of course, but also and especially for the urban area of ​​Montpellier. Eastern Occitania and Western Paca region. 14 new destinations, almost all exclusive, will be operated in the spring of 2020. Many of them were desired or even strongly claimed by residents, associations, businesses or communities. It's a huge joy to be able to meet those expectations. Beyond, even if these lines are primarily for travellers in our territory, a considerable number of tourists additional will discover our beautiful destination. This blue-white-green revolution was made possible by the quality of the exchanges with the Transavia teams, and the confidence with which Nathalie Stubler, its President, was kind enough to honour us. Thanks to this offer, now I say to the inhabitants of this region: leave home! ".



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