Transavia is a Dutch low-cost airline that operates as a subsidiary of the Air France-KLM Group. It was founded in 1965 and has its headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Transavia primarily focuses on providing budget-friendly air travel within Europe, connecting various cities and popular holiday destinations.
The airline operates a fleet of primarily Boeing 737 aircraft, which are well-suited for short and medium-haul routes. Transavia has bases in several European cities, including Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Paris, and Munich, which serve as hubs for its operations.
Transavia distinguishes itself by offering competitive ticket prices while allowing passengers to choose additional services based on their preferences, such as seat selection, in-flight meals, and baggage allowances. This "à la carte" approach allows travelers to customize their experience to suit their needs and budget.