Transavia France returns to Paris Orly-Dublin route


Transavia France has re-commenced its Paris Orly to Dublin route (TVF3728/29) from Friday 9th September operating twice weekly on Fridays and Sundays using Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The first service was operated by F-HTVP Boeing 737-8AL msn 39060. 

From 18th October the carrier will increase frequency to five times weekly and further increases to six times weekly from the 1st November to 21st November before reducing back to twice weekly till 12th December. 

The carrier will vary frequencies on the route throughout December 2021 to March 2022. 

The airline had planned to launch a new route from its Montpellier base to Dublin in Summer 2020 which was shelved due to the covid global pandemic. 

The airline's objective calls for Transavia France to grow to around 60 aircraft in 2024. The company would source the additional 737-800s from the leasing market aircraft or buy them outright.

Transavia France is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Air France-KLM group bases in Lyon Montpellier‎, ‎Nantes‎ and  Paris Orly operating a fleet 50 Boeing 737-800 aircraft on scheduled and charter services to over 90 destinations in Europe, the Mediterranean, North Africa, and the Canary Islands.

Image courtsey of Transavia 

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