Transavia has strengthened its offer this summer

France - Algeria: Transavia strengthens its offer this summer

A Transavia plane. / Photo by Olaf Schulze / Adobe Stock for VVA – Visa & Travel

french airline Transavia The intention is to strengthen itself in Algeria this summer. In addition to the opening of a new agency in Algiers, Air France-KLM’s low-cost subsidiary is also strengthening its services in preparation for the summer season.

On 20 March, Transavia France, through a press release, announced the opening of a new commercial agency in Algiers to offer its customers in Algeria. “Possibility to book tickets in Algerian dinar”,

Transavia has strengthened its offer to Algeria for the summer of 2024

Regarding additional seasonal flights, the company also expressed its desire to strengthen its offer during the next summer season. Thus a new seasonal route will be opened toulon To Algiers Airport this summer.

During the high season, the French low-cost airline intends to increase its capacity between France and Algeria by 30% of seats compared to last summer. This should provide more opportunities for Algerians living in France to visit Bled for summer holidays.

According to Nicolas Henin, deputy general director of sales and marketing at Transavia France, Air France’s low-cost subsidiary, the strengthening of Transavia’s capabilities towards Algeria will also impact Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport.

“There will be additional flights to Algeria this summer” from Lyon.

The market for flights from France to Algeria experiences strong demand during the summer season. Aware of this opportunity, the company intends to take advantage of it by expanding its offering for the season.

“This summer there will be additional flights to Algeria, where there is great demand, but also to Tunisia, Morocco, Spain”indicates the speaker quoted by the newspaper ProgressDuring the presentation of the summer proposal from Lyon.

Departing from Lyon Airport, Transavia will cover a total of 30 destinations in 13 countries this summer, including Algeria.

To better meet the demand at this airport, the company has also strengthened its fleet with a fifth aircraft which will join its base in Saint-Exupéry in the coming days.

As for other new features, Transavia will also serve, with two frequencies per week, Yerevan in Armenia, from April 13, Tirana in Albania and Fez in Morocco, both from April 12.

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