Transavia Prepares To Launch Summer Flights To Three Countries

When choosing summer destinations like Alicante and Porto, Transavia looked at government coronavirus restrictions. In the short-term, Greece, Spain, and Portugal offered good prospects as they prepare to get their tourism industry back up and running. Should situations change, which can happen at a moment’s notice, Transavia will contact its customers immediately to let them know if their flight has been canceled.

Alicante and Porto are new destinations for Transavia. Photo: Transavia

The government of Portugal will lift all of its COVID-19 travel restrictions from June 4th. This will allow Transavia to fly to Lisbon and Faro. From June 10th, Porto will be added to Transavia’s list of Portuguese destinations.

Spain plans to be back to normal by the end of June

For now, in Spain, travel restrictions remain in place, requiring that all arriving passengers self-isolate for a period of 14-days. As most regions of the country move to phase two of the lockdown on Monday, more businesses will soon open. Subsequently, things will gradually get back to normal.

From June 15th, the quarantine on arriving visitors will end, allowing Transavia[6] to resume flights to Malaga and its new destination Alicante. The Spanish government said the other day that it wants to be welcoming tourists back to Spain from July 1st[7] when the COVID-19 state of emergency comes to an end.

As for Greece, the entry ban for Dutch nationals will end on May 31st. However, quarantine rules will apply until June 30th. Because of this, Transavia advises people, for now, to only fly to Greece for essential trips.

What are your thoughts on Transavia’s plans? Will you be flying with the airline soon? Let us know what you think in the comment section.


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