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transavia.com to start operations in Denmark
Due to the disappearance of Sterling Airlines, transavia.com sees good opportunities on the Danish market. "The Danish market is attractive," says Willem Hondius, Chief Commercial Officer. "We see many opportunities on the charter market as well as the Danish market for regularly scheduled flights, especially for routes that appeal to tourists." transavia.com's activities are seasonal in nature; the airline makes more flights during the summer than in the winter. This means that the company has the capacity available to launch this operation on such short notice.
transavia.com will start operating flights for a major Danish tour operator from Billund Airport on November 6, 2008. The destinations for these flights are Fuerteventura, the Azores (Punta Delgada), Hurghada, Las Palmas and Tenerife. As of December 8, 2008 transavia.com dedicate two aircraft for scheduled flights from Copenhagen to ten destinations: Malaga, Alicante, Barcelona, Faro, Rome, Nice, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Tenerife and Las Palmas.
Ticket sales start on Friday November 7, 2008 via the transavia.com website and the call centre (901 301 31 Denmark) and the GDS Amadeus.
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