Dutch carrier Transavia adds three French routes

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Netherlands leisure carrier Transavia is to add three French new destinations, serving Bergerac, Montpellier and its sister company’s home base at Paris Orly.

Transavia is adding Amsterdam-originating services to Bergerac and Montpellier, as well as a new link between Rotterdam and Paris-Orly.

It will launch twice-daily services between Rotterdam and Paris Orly on 31 March.

The new Amsterdam-Montpellier service will begin on 11 April and will be served with four weekly frequencies.

Finally Transavia will begin operations between Amsterdam and Bergerac on 10 April, linking the cities four times weekly.

The new routes take Transavia to a total of eight French destinations. The Dutch carrier already links Amsterdam with Nice and Pau, and connects Rotterdam with Nice, Grenoble and Toulon-Hyeres.

Last year Air France-KLM Group and Transavia created a French version of Transavia, which is based at Paris Orly airport. This summer the new carrier will operate seven Boeing 737-800s, serving a total of 12 destinations.