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Transavia France Flies New A320neo to Porto Airport

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Transavia France, a budget airline within the Air France-KLM Group, marked a notable milestone by launching its first flight on the new Airbus A320neo from Paris-Orly to Porto Airport. This inaugural journey took place on January 15th at 10.10 am.

About the Transavia France A320neo

The A320neo joins the airline’s fleet to cover about 20 of Transavia’s 200 routes across 120 destinations.

The Airbus A320neo stands out for its exceptional performance, perfectly suited to the operational demands of the fleet. Its advancements are impressive—offering up to 50% less noise pollution and slashing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by 15%. Moreover, airlines benefit from a cost reduction of over 10% per unit.

An Enhanced Passenger Experience Onboard

Still image from [Flight Report] TRANSAVIA | Paris ✈ Porto | Airbus A320neo | Economy by Leadership.

Travelers flying with Transavia can now enjoy a redesigned and modern cabin experience aboard the A320neo. The improvements enhance comfort significantly, with features like upgraded seats, USB ports for device charging, and increased storage space.

All-Economy Cabin

Transavia France’s economy class on the Airbus A320-200neo blends affordability with comfort.

  • Seats: 186
  • Pitch: 28-29″
  • Width: 18″
  • Recline: Fixed

In particular, the cabin boasts the Airbus XL Bin option—a game-changing feature providing 37% more storage capacity. This means travelers can store eight pieces of luggage vertically in generously sized compartments, compared to the standard five pieces.

Transavia France demonstrates its dedication to enhancing passenger comfort through these advancements while solidifying its environmental commitment and operational efficiency.

Air France-KLM Modernizing Fleet

Looking ahead, the Air France-KLM Group is committed to modernizing its fleet. By 2030, new-generation aircraft like the A320neo are anticipated to comprise 81% of the Group’s entire fleet—a significant jump from the current 21%.

Watch the Transavia France A320neo Paris-Porto Inaugural Flight Report By Leadership

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