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Transavia has decided not to operate all scheduled flights until May 27. Earlier they announced that they would cancel the scheduled flights until May 6, this period has been extended. The restrictions and measures from the Netherlands and the countries of Transavia destinations because of COVID-19 continue and still place too many restrictions on aviation. 

Because this created uncertainty, Transavia has decided to create clarity for the longer term for passengers and partners. Passengers who have booked a ticket with a departure between May 28 and September 30 can change their ticket to the same destination at a different time without any change costs. They can choose from flights until March 31, 2021.

In addition, most of the Transavia network for the winter 2020/2021 has been in the past week website published. In this way, passengers whose flights have been canceled in recent weeks have more choice for rebooking their tickets. All other customers can also visit the website for tickets for the autumn and winter period of 2020-2021.

All aircraft are currently grounded, with the exception of aircraft used for repatriation flights. Nevertheless, Transavia likes to look ahead to offer a nice prospect to those whose trip has been canceled or who want to move their trip. It goes without saying that the developments surrounding COVID-19 are closely monitored.

53 destinations

Transavia will be flying to 53 beautiful destinations in the coming winter. Most destinations are online, 9 more will be added in mid-May. These are Al Hoceima, Nador, Madeira, Dubai, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Palma and Lanzarote. Other top destinations this winter are Alicante, Innsbruck, Malaga, Salzburg and Barcelona. 

Also read: Personal data of 80.000 travelers searched at Transavia

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