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In the context of a French air traffic controller strike in France, on 22 May 2018, French Civil Aviation Authorities gave instructions to all airlines to decrease their flight schedule from and to French airports.
Last update on 18th May 2018 at 9pm
We are sorry to inform you that despite all our efforts, the following flights will be cancelled:
• Flight TO3600 - Paris-Orly-Dublin and Flight TO3601 - Dublin-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO4010 - Paris-Orly-Amsterdam and Flight TO4011 - Amsterdam-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO3434 - Paris-Orly-Lisbonne and Flight TO3435 - Lisbonne-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO3134 - Paris-Orly-Barcelone and Flight TO3135 - Barcelone-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO3406 - Paris-Orly-Porto and Flight TO3407 - Porto-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO3188 - Paris-Orly-Madrid and Flight TO3189 - Madrid-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO3838 - Paris-Orly-Venise and Flight TO3839 - Venise-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO4038 - Paris-Orly-Prague and Flight TO4039 - Prague-Paris-Orly
• Flight TO4838 - Lyon-Lisbonne and Flight TO4839 - Lisbonne-Lyon
We offer you to either postpone your trip free of charge, or to ask for the refund of your flight:
- Postpone your trip free of charge:
You can postpone your trip for free on Transavia on the same destination as your initial flight, on any date until 02/06/2018 included (subject to availability of seats). Beyond this date, a price adjustment may be required. In order to postpone your trip, please contact our call center.
- Ask for a refund of your ticket:
You can ask for a refund of your ticket via our online form.
Flight delays are also expected from Paris-Orly Sud, Nantes and Lyon.
Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused by this event, which is beyond our control.
We will inform you as soon as possible on this page and make our utmost to assist you and minimize the impact of this event on your travel plans.
From April 1st, our Sales & Service desk will move to another counter at Schiphol. The new desk is located right in front of the stairs between Departures 1 and 2, a short walk from our check-in counters. It is clearly identified by the Transavia logo.
You can go to this desk for:
Part of Rotterdam The Hague Airport is undergoing renovations, which will enable us to improve the customer experience. As per mid-February, you are referred to a temporary departure hall after passing through the security check. You will find all the usual facilities you expect at Rotterdam The Hague Airport there. We expect the construction work to be completed in December 2018.
Due to EU legislation security is being tightened at the airport in Prague (Václav Havel Airport Prague). As of 15 May 2017, there will be an increased frequency of luggage checks. This means your luggage could also be opened. To ensure that security can open your luggage without damaging it, we recommend you use a TSA lock on your luggage.
You could also lock your luggage with a padlock but do keep in mind that this may be cut open and it will not replaced. Another option is to have your luggage sealed at the airport. After the check, your luggage is then sealed by security using Prague Airport tape. For more information, please go to http://www.prg.aero/en/passengers-check-in/luggage-wrapping/control/
There will be an additional check of hand luggage carried out when boarding at Turkish airports. Therefore you need to be at the gate no later than 1 hour before departure. We therefore ask you to be at the airport 2.5 hours before departure so you can depart without any problems.
At the request of the Dutch authorities, your passport will be scanned before you depart from Dubai.