The low-budget subsidiary of the Air France – KLM group, announces the resumption of certain routes from France to destinations in Croatia. From June 29th, Transavia will launch a total of four routes to the airports in Dubrovnik, Split and Pula, Croatian Aviation announces.
The Nantes – Dubrovnik route will be reintroduced with two weekly flights (Wednesdays and Saturdays). The company currently plans to maintain that number of rotations through July as well.
The Paris Orly – Dubrovnik route will be reintroduced with three weekly flights (Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays). The number of weekly flights is expected to increase to a total of four in July.
The Paris Orly – Split route will be reintroduced with three weekly flights (Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays). The company intends to increase the number of flights to six per week in July.
The Paris Orly – Pula route will also be reintroduced with two flights per week and it is likely that this number of flights will be maintained in July as well.
Transavia has B737 aircraft in the fleet, versions -700 and -800, with a capacity of 149 and 189 seats.