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Transavia Flies to the Ranking of the Best Low-Cost Airlines

The company launched by Air France and KLM is closely followed by Norwegian …

With its some 6,000 members, the site Flight-report.com established the ranking of the top 10 airlines to low cost . And that’s Transavia , who was born in 2007 by a joint project between Air France and KLM, who won the first place.

The ranking for the year 2016 was established thanks to the opinions, notes and photographs left by the contributors of the site.

Several criteria

Cabin comfort, welcome the shipboard personnel, entertainment on board and the quality of meals and drinks on offer were taken into account by Flight-report.com.

Flight-report.com established the ranking of the best low-cost airlines for the year 2016 based on four criteria
Flight-report.com established the ranking of the best low-cost airlines for the year 2016 based on four criteria – flight-report.com

Transavia obtained an 8 and a 8.5 / 10 for the first criteria, taking first place.  However, it is second in the other two criteria used. The low-cost airline and gets an average rating of 7.47 / 10.

The company has managed to gain much market share despite very difficult circumstances in France that hinders its development.

 

 

North European companies in ambush

It is closely followed in the rankings by Norwegian  and airBaltic , respectively reaping 7.42 / 10 and 7.23 / 10.

Rankings were based on Four main Criteria
Flight-report.com established the ranking of the best low-cost airlines for the year 2016 based on four criteria – flight-report.com
Transavia was closely followed by Norweigen and Air Baltic
Flight-report.com established the ranking of the best low-cost airlines for the year 2016 based on four criteria – flight-report.com

Norwegian, partly owes its success to the entertainment it offers and who earned a 8.1 / 10, two points higher than its competitors. The reason ? Its offer free WiFi for all passengers on board its Boeing 737.

The Norwegian company is experiencing uninterrupted growth for several years and recently made ​​about her after announcing the launch of flights to New York Paris to 179 euros.

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