|Founded||6 November 2008|
|Commenced operations||6 November 2008|
|Ceased operations||23 April 2011|
|Operating bases||Copenhagen Airport|
|Fleet size||3 (at the time of closure)|
|Destinations||2 (at the time of closure)|
|Headquarters||Kastrup, Tårnby Municipality, Denmark|
Transavia Denmark ApS, also known as Transavia.com Denmark or Transavia Denmark and trading as transavia.com, was a Danish based low-cost airline operating as a subsidiary of Transavia group. Its main base was at Copenhagen Airport. Transavia Denmark chiefly operated scheduled and charter services to leisure destinations. It was headquartered in Kastrup, Tårnby Municipality. Operations ceased in 2011, although those in the Netherlands and France continue.
The airline began operations on 6 November 2008; Sterling Airlines had gone bankrupt in October 2008 and Transavia saw a good opportunity to start operations in Denmark because of this, and announced that it would start operations at short notice.
Transavia Denmark started flights from Billund Airport under a Danish tour operator. It operated five routes from Billund. It also announced a larger base at Copenhagen Airport from which it operated ten routes. Ticket sales for the new low-cost airline started on 7 November 2008.
In September 2010, it was announced that Transavia Denmark would cease operations on 23 April 2011. From 1 November 2010 onwards the activities were gradually scaled down until the complete stop on 23 April 2011. The parent of Transavia Denmark, Air France-KLM, had stated that the Danish part of Transavia has not met expectations.
This is a list of airports to which Transavia Denmark flew (including seasonal destinations) :
The Transavia Denmark fleet consisted of the following aircraft as of November 2010:
(at time of closure)
|Boeing 737-700||1||149||Rejoined Transavia|
|Boeing 737-800||2||186||Rejoined Transavia|
- "List of Danish airline operators holding a licence/concession/permission to carry out commercial air transportation Archived 2012-02-24 at the Wayback Machine." Slv.dk. Retrieved on 3 January 2010.
- New Transavia carrier
- intends to close operation in Denmark
- Transavia Denmark fleet on airfleets.net
- "Assortment on board." transavia.com. Accessed October 24, 2008.
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