Smooth Sailing: New Eindhoven to Oslo Flights with Transavia

Smooth Sailing: New Eindhoven to Oslo Flights with Transavia
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James Field - Editor in Chief 2 Min Read
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Last week saw Transavia inaugurate the first flights between Eindhoven and Oslo, as the carrier’s growth continues.

The Dutch airline launched these new services last Thursday.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

The New Eindhoven-Oslo Flights…


Smooth Sailing: New Eindhoven to Oslo Flights with Transavia
Photo Credit: Transavia.

The first flight between Eindhoven and Oslo with Transavia operated on Thursday February 29.

Initially, these services will operate on a three times per week basis on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

It is understood that on March 30, the airline will add a fourth weekly service, expected to run on Fridays.

This isn’t the first time that Transavia have flown to Oslo, but the restart of this service shows strong demand.

Utilisation of Airbus A321neos Going Strong…


Smooth Sailing: New Eindhoven to Oslo Flights with Transavia
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Transavia were also keen to note that the flights will be operated with their Airbus A321neos on some rotations.

The airline has made a strong song and dance about the aircraft type.

In the statement, the airline said the following on the introduction of the aircraft type into commercial service:

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“The introduction of the Airbus fits in with our ambition to become more sustainable.”

“With the fleet renewal we reduce fuel use, CO2 emissions, nitrogen emissions and noise pollution. The total fleet replacement will take approximately seven years.”

Transavia took delivery of their first Airbus A321neo back in December, with the first flights completed by January.

Data from Planespotters.net shows that the airline is expecting another five for delivery in the months ahead.

Overall…


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Overall, it is positive news that Transavia is growing it’s route network further out of Eindhoven.

It is new aircraft like the Airbus A321neo that will enable them to grow further and keep costs low.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on what other routes will be revealed as more deliveries occur.

But for now, let’s see how their 2024 performs.

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