Transavia has decided to cancel all scheduled flights until May 6. The airline previously announced that it would not be running scheduled flights until April 15, this period has been extended. The increasing restrictions and measures from the Netherlands and the countries of Transavia destinations impose more and more restrictions because of COVID-19. Because this created uncertainty, we have decided to provide clarity to our passengers and partners in the longer term for a longer period of time.
In order to give passengers extra time in this uncertain period, they can rebook their tickets with departure date up to and including 31 May free of charge to a later time and another destination. Transavia will continue to monitor weekly whether it is necessary to extend this period.
“Our passengers are informed about this via email and website and receive a voucher equal to the value of their trip in case of cancellation of flights. Flight operations for the repatriation of stranded passengers will continue where necessary,” said in the statement.
Transavia Airlines C.V., trading as Transavia and formerly branded as transavia.com, is a Dutch low-cost airline and a wholly owned subsidiary of KLM and therefore part of the Air France–KLM group.