According to press release by Delta, Delta is entering into a new agreement with Transavia, a subsidiary of KLM to offer more destinations to customers, primarily in the Mediterranean region. “Transavia serves more than 110 destinations throughout Europe and into North Africa with its fleet of 43 Boeing 737 aircraft.” This partnership will add 4 new destinations that Delta does not currently offer to:
- Seville, Spain
- Alicante, Spain
- Thessaloniki, Greece
- Marrakech, Morocco
Delta Adds 4 New Destinations With New Partnership
AMSTERDAM – Delta has signed a codeshare agreement with Transavia, a subsidiary of KLM, that will expand the choice of onward destinations offered by Delta from the U.S. via its hub at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.
Once government approvals have been received, customers flying on any of Delta’s 19 peak-day flights from the U.S. to Amsterdam will be able to connect with Delta marketed code onto 10 Transavia destinations, including four destinations not currently offered by Delta through its existing trans-Atlantic airline partnerships. These new codeshare points include: Seville and Alicante, Spain; Thessaloniki, Greece; and Marrakech, Morocco. Six points already served by Delta will receive additional schedule connection opportunities with Transavia, including Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia and Ibiza, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal; and Casablanca, Morocco.
More options is always good news! Delta adding this partnership with Transavia will add 4 new destinations not currently offered by Delta and more schedules to 6 other destinations including Barcelona, Malaga, Valencia and Ibiza, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal; and Casablanca, Morocco. Have you flown Transavia before; how was it?