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Transavia is a low-cost Dutch airline, and an independent entity within the Air France-KLM alliance.
Transavia was founded in 1965 as Transavia Limburg. A year later, it was renamed Transavia Holland, and in 1986, the company was again renamed Transavia Airlines, which became the first airline to benefit from the deregulation of air traffic, an agreement made between United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Transavia merged with Basiq Air in 2000, and on 1st January 2005 the two agreed to operate under a common name: transavia.co.uk.
In 1991, the majority shareholder P & O Nedlloyd, sold its 80% stake in the Dutch company KLM.
In June 2003, KLM became the sole owner by purchasing the remaining 20% stake in Transavia. The Air France/KLM duo consequently made Transavia an independent entity, and on 17th December 2004, Transavia.com became the most successful commercial website in the Netherlands, boasting record figures in online shopping (30 000 in one day).
In February 2007, Transavia opened an agency in Orly Airport. The same year, Air France and Transavia have been announcing the creation of a new French Airline Company named Transavia.com.
This new airline company will stay independent within Air France-KLM group. Air France's participation is about 60% and 40% for Transavia.com in Netherlands.
transavia.com does not yet have a loyalty program.
However, keep up to date with the airline’s latest deals by subscribing to transavia.com’s newsletter.
The airline offers special rates for children, those with diabilities, and pets.
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