Airline company Transavia keeps its aircraft on the ground longer because of the corona crisis, except for aircraft used for repatriation flights.
The Air France-KLM subsidiary would not fly according to schedule until May 6. This period has now been extended until May 27.
The reasons for the granting of the period are, according to the price fighter, the restrictions and measures from the Netherlands and the countries of destinations to curb the outbreak and spread of the coronavirus.
“Because this created uncertainty, we decided to provide clarity to our passengers and partners over the longer term,” the company said.
Passengers who have booked a ticket with a departure between May 28 and September 30 can change it free of charge to the same destination at a different time. They can choose from flights until March 31, 2021.
Furthermore, Transavia announced that a large part of the network would be published on the site for the coming winter.
This gives passengers whose flights have been cancelled in recent weeks more choice when rebooking their tickets.