Transavia will fly three times a week from Schiphol to Reykjavik, Iceland from July 5 next. With this, airline expands her network to the north and jumps into the gap that falls because WOW AIR was forced to stop flights to the capital of Iceland.
From this summer, Transavia offers flights from Schiphol to Reykjavik (KEF) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. This frequency will rise in the future. Herewith she responds to the growing demand from passengers to Iceland and the cancellation of flights by WOW AIR.
This gives Transavia the opportunity to further expand its network of holiday destinations. It offers travelers an attractive chance to reach Iceland. The introduction rate for this destination is 39 euros (one-way).
The decision for this new destination has been coordinated with partner Voigt Travel, one of the largest players in the Nordics. “We see it as a great opportunity for both parties and an extension of our collaboration. In addition to Reykjavik, from Monday 27 May Transavia will be flying in cooperation with Voigt Travel to the gateway to the undiscovered north of Iceland: Akureyri. The new destination and our collaboration will make Iceland as a whole more accessible, ”says Cees van den Bosch, director of Voigt Travel.