Transavia is to add four destinations in Spain and Greece to its Brussels Airport options with Malaga, Santorini and Seville available from June 29 and Tenerife to be retained beyond its current winter-destination status. “We have seen that the Transavia product has been very successfully received in Brussels and this fits with Transavia’s ambition to play a major role in offering holiday flights from the region,” said Marcel de Nooijer, chief executive of Transavia, which is part of the Air France-KLM group. “By adding a number of beautiful new destinations, we offer our customers from Brussels even more choice,” de

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