Air France-KLM’s low-cost affiliate Transavia is negotiating with several European airports to set up new bases outside of the Netherlands and France in an effort to turn the airline into a pan-European operation. The supervisory board of Air France-KLM will decide on the launch of a new Transavia unit—Transavia Europe—that could lead to significant growth of the group’s low-cost carrier (LCC) division. French daily La Tribune first reported the plans, which have been ...

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