Air France-KLM plans to increase the fleet of its low-cost subsidiary Transavia to 100 aircraft by 2017, the group’s Chairman and CEO Alexandre de Juniac says. Transavia currently operates only from the Netherlands and France, but the group wants to turn the carrier into a major European low-fare airline with bases abroad. Transavia Europe will start flying from three bases outside of the Netherlands and France in April 2015 and grow to six bases a year later, de Juniac says. The group ...

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