“Transavia bets again on Granada and makes up for the flight to Paris”,
we can read on today’s Granada Hoy front page.
From the end of October,in fact, Transavia, a low cost airline company from Netherlands, will be operating a new route between Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén airport and Paris. Flights will begin on October 23, three times for week.
The “arrival” of the company, coincides with the “departure” of Vueling that, from October 30th, is going to cancel the Granada-Paris route. From Saturday, October 23, Transavia, three times per week will flight from the airport Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén to Paris Orly airport.
Due to the great number of French tourists who travel to Granada every mounth, it is necessary a permanent flight, according to Lopez Gallardo, vice director of Granada tourism organization, to promote the tourism in one of the most fascinating cities of Andalusia.
So, from next week, an advertising campaign will be held from the company: Granada and its airport will appear in Transavia’s magazine “Infligt”, in the website of the airline and both in Granada and París airports. the aim of promoting new tourism opportunities.
Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén airport is beginning to see a better economic situacción: “There are a lot of companies interested in Granada” says Lopez Gallardo. Maybe in a few years, the Airport Federico García Lorca, will become one of the largest in Spain and one of the better connected with foreign countries.