As of January 1, 2019, Transavia and Aerodynamics have entered into a partnership in the field of ad hoc charter flights. These are tailor-made flights for companies or individuals with their own aircraft to a destination of their choice. Aerodynamics will take on both sales and responsibility for the commercial handling of these flights on behalf of Transavia.
Ad hoc flights are sold from Transavia’s residual capacity. This is aircraft capacity that Transavia does not use as a scheduled service or charter. These flights can be booked by both businesses and private individuals, for example for flights to a trade fair, conference or sporting event, but it is also possible to rent your own aircraft for a company or family celebration abroad.
Since 1972, Transavia has been flying both small and large groups of passengers with a tailor-made flight to their destination. In all these years, the airline has built up many loyal ad hoc customers. Due to less availability of residual capacity and slot restrictions in the Netherlands, the options for ad hoc flights via Transavia are more limited. The company has therefore looked for a partner who, according to Transavia standards, can continue to serve its customers to their full satisfaction.
Charles Verstegen, Base Lead Partner at Transavia: “We are pleased with Aerodynamics’ collaboration because we are convinced that the sale of Transavia ad hoc flights is in good hands with them. By entering into a partnership with Aerodynamics, Transavia can continue to serve this market and focus on its core tasks.”
Jan Roosjen, co-owner Aerodynamics ”We have enjoyed working with Transavia for many years and are delighted with the confidence Transavia has given us to place the sale of their ad hoc flights with us from now on”.