Subject to the lifting of travel restrictions and the opening of borders, the company Transavia plans to launch flights to Morocco and other destinations this summer. The launch of these routes is part of its summer program.
In all, 150 lines, including 37 new ones on its entire network (international and domestic), for tickets starting at € 29 including tax one way. This is the summer program of the French low-cost subsidiary of the Air France-KLM group. A program similar to that of summer 2019. It will offer 123 lines on its international network, including 21 new ones in Europe and to the Mediterranean basin.
In the Maghreb, Transavia plans to launch flights to Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. However, this flight schedule will be subject to readjustment depending on the lifting of these restrictions this summer. In the Middle East, it plans to fly to Tel Aviv (Israel) and Beirut (Lebanon).
In Europe, the airline intends to serve Greece (12 destinations including a new one, Preveza), Spain (13 destinations including the Balearics, the Canaries and mainland Spain with Madrid, Seville and Barcelona), Italy (9 destinations including Rome, Naples, the Apulia region, Sicily, and Sardinia with a novelty, Cagliari), etc.
On its domestic network, Transavia will offer 27 lines, including 16 new ones. In all, 11 new links will be launched to Corsica, and transverse lines departing from Nantes, Brest and Toulon.
Travelers are advised to purchase tickets on the airline’s website. A postponement of tickets without modification costs (excluding price difference) is also offered to them. They have the option of changing their ticket up to 2 hours before the flight.