The low-cost Dutch airline, a subsidiary of the world's oldest airline, KLM, which is also a member of the Air France - KLM group, will make its last flights to Croatian airports this weekend.
Transavia had reduced traffic to Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik this summer, connecting five Croatian airports with destinations in France and the Netherlands, despite reduced demand.
The company cut off traffic to Rijeka, Pula and Zadar in September, Transavia had a small number of weekly operations to Split and Dubrovnik in October this year.
The Split - Paris Orly route operated 2 to 3 times a week in October, and today (Friday, October 30th) the company will perform the last flight to Split on the route from Orly.
Friday, 30.10., Split - Paris Orly, 12:35 - 14:45
In Dubrovnik, Transavia had two active routes this month, from Nantes and Paris. These two routes will end with traffic for this year, a day later compared to Split, on Saturday, October 31st.
Two routes from France to Dubrovnik in October operated with a minimum weekly frequency, only once a week, on Saturdays, all routes were operated by B737-800 aircraft with a capacity of 189 seats in the carrier's fleet.
Saturday, 31.10., Dubrovnik - Nantes, 09:05 - 11:55
Saturday, 31.10., Dubrovnik - Paris Orly, 19:15 - 21:45
Transavia will no longer have regular operations at Croatian airports after the last weekend in October, and the re-establishment of numerous seasonal routes is expected in mid-April next year. This low-cost airline has not operated to Croatian airports in winter before, and Transavia will not operate to neighboring airports (Ljubljana and Belgrade) in the upcoming winter months.