The Air France-KLM group announced this week their plans for a new, low-cost carrier. The new carrier, currently referred to as the Boost project, will launch using 5 Airbus A320s in the last quarter of 2017.
What about Transavia?
Transavia is only for short and medium haul.
Transavia is technically wholly owned by KLM, however this does make it part of the AF/KL group. This new project will focus on ultra competitive routes feeding into Paris and Amsterdam. They will start at first with short/medium hall routes and expand to long haul in 2018. Read the report if you would like to know more :)
I wonder what the livery would look like 👀
Not entirely correct: Transavia C.V is owned by KLM meanwhile Transavia France is owned by Air France.
Transavia France is maintained as a subsidiary of Transavia C.V. in a joint venture with Air France. So you were also not entirely correct :) But thank you for pointing out that fact
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