Airline Company Transavia Cancels All Flights Until May 6
Airline company Transavia keeps all its aircraft on the ground longer. The price fighter announced that it would no longer operate any flights until May 6.
Unless it concerns flights commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to pick up stranded travellers.
A Transavia spokesperson explains that the company wants to offer its customers security, also because of the restrictions, restrictions and measures imposed by the Dutch government and authorities in other countries.
Transavia had already suspended flights until April 15.
The restart of the flights depends on the developments surrounding the coronavirus. Due to the exceptional circumstances, Transavia had previously decided to postpone flying from Brussels to March 2021.
Transavia, part of Air France-KLM, is the second-largest airline in the Netherlands in terms of size. Typically more than 15 million passengers have transported annually.