Transavia Airlines (HV, Amsterdam Schiphol) plans to induct its first A321-200neo into revenue service on December 15, 2023, ch-aviation schedule analysis has revealed.

The Dutch low-cost carrier, a subsidiary of Air France-KLM, will base the aircraft out of its main hub at Amsterdam Schiphol and initially deploy it to:

The A321neo will be the first Airbus aircraft operated by Transavia the fleet of which currently comprises four B737-700s and thirty-seven B737-800s. In the past, it also operated B737-200Cs, B737-300s, and B757-200s, the ch-aviation fleets history module shows.

The rollover to A321neo is a part of the order placed by the parent holding for ten A320neo Family aircraft with a further 60 options in December 2021. The aircraft will be allocated to Transavia Airlines, sister carrier Transavia France, and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, but not to Air France. ch-aviation understands the holding has flexibility regarding the variants.