“The Air France-KLM Group has become Airbus’ latest conquest this week, as the planemaker has snagged another significant order from the European group. In total, the group ordered 100 A320neo family aircraft for KLM and the two Transavias, with options for 60 more. In a surprise move, the group has also signed up for four A350F for Air France, with options on a further four.”
It is a very interesting choice as the Transavia (both Dutch and French) fleet currently fully consists of the Boeing 737 (700 and 800) type.
This means another blow to Boeing who delivered the last (non leased) Boeing 737 to Transavia (Holland) in April 2020 according to: Please refresh this page
Although delivery is pretty far away, it’s the perfect time for a Transavia A320Neo feature request!