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Transavia France
Transavia France
Transavia logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded2006; 13 years ago (2006)
Commenced operations2007
Operating bases
Fleet size40
Parent companyAir France
Transavia Airlines C.V.
Key peopleNathalie Stubler, CEO

Transavia Airlines S.A.S., trading as Transavia France and formerly branded as France, is a French low-cost airline owned by Air France S.A. & Transavia Airlines C.V. based at Paris-Orly Airport. It shares its corporate design, website and operating model with its Dutch sister company, Transavia.


Transavia France was established as France in November 2006, by Air France and the Dutch airline Transavia ( back then), and began its operations in May 2007, operating scheduled and charter flights.[1] Antoine Pussiau has been the CEO since January 2013.[2]

Transavia France chiefly operates scheduled and charter services to leisure and some metropolitan destinations, and is now positioned as part of Air France-KLM's joint low-cost brand, which operates under the Transavia name in both the Netherlands and France.[3] By early 2015, Transavia France, together with its Dutch sister company, received a new corporate design, dropping the ".com" from its public appearance, as well as changing its primary colors from white/green/blue to white/green.[4]

In 2018, Transavia France decided to further expand their base in Lyon Airport and in Nantes Airport, with the addiction of more based aircraft and the expansion of the existing routes.

Corporate affairs

Ownership and structure

Transavia France S.A.S. is 95.51% owned by Air France S.A. and 4.49% owned by Transavia Airlines C.V. of the Netherlands,[5] both of which in turn are ultimately owned by Air France-KLM. Transavia is run as an independent operation, with both arms operating with an identical business model, website and image.[6]

Business trends

The performance figures for the Transavia brand operations (Transavia and Transavia France) are reported within the published annual accounts of their ultimate parent, Air France-KLM. The financials for both parts of the brand are fully incorporated in the Air France-KLM accounts.

Head office

Transavia France is headquartered at Paris-Orly Airport in Paray Vieille Poste.[7][8]

Service concept

Transavia offers the "Assortment on Board" buy on board service offering food and drinks for purchase.[9]


In August 2019, the CGT union announced that the Transavia France cabin crew members will go on strike from August 16-18, denouncing the current working conditions and the ''catastrophic human and material management'' in the company.[10][11]



Transavia France Boeing 737-800

Current fleet

The Transavia France fleet consists of the following aircraft, as of August 2019:[12]

Transavia France fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
Airbus A320-200 3 0 174
Transferred from Air France
Boeing 737-800 38 0 189 Deliveries within 2019
Total 38


  1. ^ "Transavia France". Air France - Corporate. 17 February 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ "Transavia France appoints Antoine Pussiau as CEO". Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ "Annual Financial Report 2014" (PDF). Air France-KLM. Retrieved 2015.
  4. ^ "MarketingTribune". Retrieved 2015.
  5. ^ "À propos de l'entreprise - Transavia". (in French). Retrieved .
  6. ^ "about". Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  7. ^ "Terms and conditions of carriage." Retrieved on 2 January 2010. "Adresse: TRANSAVIA AIRLINES S.A.S. 18, avenue Louis Bleriot 91551 Paray vieille poste RCS 492 791 306 Evry FRANCE"
  8. ^ "Transavia France." Air France. Retrieved on 21 June 2010. "Its head office is in Paray-Vieille-Poste (Essonne), France. " and "Address: 18 Avenue Louis Blériot 91220 Paray-Vieille-Poste, France"
  9. ^ "Assortment on board." transavia. Accessed October 24, 2008.
  10. ^ "France: Transavia France cabin crew to strike August 16-18". GardaWorld. Retrieved .
  11. ^ "Strike at Transavia France: limited impact on air traffic |". Retrieved .
  12. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2019): 14.

External links

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