Transavia Airlines C.V., styled as transavia.com and known simply as
Transavia, is a Dutch low-cost airline operating as an independent
airline of Air France-KLM.
Its main base is at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol; its two secondary hubs
are Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTM) and Eindhoven Airport (EIN).
The main base of its French affiliate is Paris-Orly Airport.
The carrier operates scheduled and charter services to holiday
Its headquarters are located in the TransPort Building at Schiphol
Airport in Haarlemmermeer.
5. Head office
The main office of Transavia.com, together with the main office of Martinair, is
housed in the TransPort Building, Schiphol East, on the property of Amsterdam
Airport Schiphol in the municipality of Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands.
Transavia.com relocated into the new building on 3 May 2010 with roughly 400
The airline’s former main office was in the Building Triport III at Schiphol
TransPort Building, home to the head offices
of Transavia.com and Martinair
9. Fleet development
For only brief periods, additional aircraft types were part of the fleet
in small numbers: Airbus A300 (1976-77), Airbus A310 (1998-99),
Boeing 737-400 (1997), Boeing 757-300 (2003), and BAe146-200 (1997).
Transavia.com has plans to obtain two new rented Boeing 737-800
aircraft; they are scheduled for delivery in April 2015 and April 2016.
Aircraft Introduced Retired
Sud Aviation Caravelle 1969 1976
Boeing 737-200 1974 1995
Boeing 737-300 1986 2002
Boeing 757-200 1992 2004
Boeing 737-700 2001
Boeing 737-800 1998
11. Luggage policy
Starting 5 April 2011, the carrier introduced charges for hold luggage.
Additionally, the rules for hand luggage have also changed.
The greatest permissible weight for hand luggage has increased from five to ten kg (also effective 5 April 2011).