The Dutch low-cost airline Transavia has confirmed that it will launch flights to Brussels Airport from the next summer scheduling season.
The first connections, mainly to the Mediterranean, will begin at the end of March.
It was previously announced that the company, a subsidiary of the Air France-KLM aeronautics group, would soon be moving to Zaventem. But the date and details were not yet known.
In practice, Transavia will offer 28 flights a week, serving nine destinations:
While two aircraft will be moved to Brussels Airport, the airport will not become a new base for the company and the flight attendants will be Dutch, the company said
The announced routes will currently only be served during the summer season. Next year, the company will examine the possibility of extending them during the winter.