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This Dutch/French low-cost airline offer flights from the Netherlands and France to popular holiday destinations around the Mediterranean and on the Canary Islands.

Also flights to European capitals like Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, Stockholm and Copenhagen.

Transavia flew nearly 13.3 million passengers in 2016.

To book tickets on Transavia, check prices and flight schedules, please visit Transavia's website.

Cheap Flights with Transavia

The countries and destinations that Transavia fly to are listed below. You can view the routes to each destination on the destination’s web page.

Booking tickets

The best place to book flights with Transavia is on the airline's website.

Transavia offer three fare types: Basic, Plus and Max.

Basic tickets are the cheapest Transavia tickets and include only the seat and hand-luggage. For a fee of € 5, you can select which seat you will be sitting in.

Plus tickets include 20 kg of hold luggage and the option to select a standard seat of your choice. The ticket can be changed until 14 days before departure by only paying any fare difference.

Max tickets include up to 30 kg of hold luggage and the option to select your seat, including a seat with extra leg-room. The ticket can be changed until 2 hours before departure by only paying the fare difference.

Finding low priced flights on Transavia

If you need to check in 20 kg or less of hold-luggage, you may save money by opting for a Basic ticket compared to buying a Plus ticket. During the booking process you can add hold-luggage to Basic tickets in increments of 5 kg, starting from 15 kg.

The price for booking hold luggage at the airport is up to twice that of booking on-line when you first make your ticket reservation.

Rebooking, change of name and cancelling tickets

Change of departure time, route and name on the ticket can be performed on Transavia's website. Changes must be completed no less that 2 hours before scheduled departure time and before checking in.

There may be a fee per change made. You will also have to pay any difference between the fare you originally paid and the current ticket price.

Holders of Basic tickets will always have to pay a fee of € 50 when making changes to their ticket.

If you hold a Plus ticket, you can change departure time and only pay the fare difference provided you make the change no later than 14 days before departure.

Holders of Max tickets can change departure time until two hours before departure and only pay the fare difference.

No refund is issued for cancelled or not used tickets.

If you cancel a ticket, taxes can be refunded on request.

Transavia baggage rules

You can check in up to five items of hold luggage with a maximum combined weight of 50 kg when travelling on Transavia.

Basic-tickets come with no hold luggage allowance. You can add hold luggage when you book the ticket or later on-line before checking in.

Plus-tickets include 20 kg of hold luggage, while Max-tickets include 30 kg of hold luggage.

Prices for hold luggage depends on the itinerary, but are always higher than on-line if you add hold luggage at the airport at the day of your flight.

The weight limit for hand luggage is 10 kg. You can bring one bag with a size up to 45 x 40 x 25 cm which may be sent as hold luggage for free if your flight is crowded. If your hold bag is less than 45 x 40 x 25 cm in size it will fit under the seat in front of you and you are guaranteed it can be kept in the cabin.

Checking in for your flight

On-line check-in is available for flights from most airports and closes 4 hours before departure. Remember to bring a printout of your boarding card with you to the airport.

Airport check-in is free of charge. Closing time for airport check-in varies depending on the airport you are travelling from and the route you will be flying. At many airports the check-in counters closes 40 minutes before departure.

More information about checking-in for your Transavia flight.

More about Transavia

Transavia is part of the Air France-KLM Group.

Transavia fly Boeing 737 airplanes.

Answers to many questions related to flying with Transavia.


For full and up-to-date information on Transavia rules and policies, please consult the conditions of carriage on the airline's web site.

Information updated 29.12.2017.

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