Transavia Netherlands and Transavia France live with Airpas
Already end of 2016 both airlines started to seamlessly check all incoming invoices, realizing significant cost cutting by identifying various error types in the processed invoices.
Dirk Neelis, CFO Transavia Netherlands and Fabienne Barouillet, CFO Transavia in France, explain:
“The Airpas solution certainly met with our criteria and Transavia is looking forward to a successful relationship with Airpas Aviation. We have opted for the critical set of cost groups fuel, airport charges, handling charges and navigation, enabling us to completely manage and control costs within these important areas. Thanks to our cooperation with Airpas we are confident to achieve significant cost savings and process improvements which supports our approach of being one of the cost-leaders in Aviation.”
Transavia has created a short animation-movie about the Airsuite project, Airpas is of course part of it. Watch it now!
Airpas Aviation Managing Director Reinhold Renger said:
“It is exciting that Airpas will now be part of this competitive and fast growing airline group and we are sure our collaboration will go a long way. Our extensive experience shows that airlines and airline groups take advantage of our integrated, multi-client compatible direct operating cost management and route profitability solution. The instant, accurate and comprehensive information has supported many airlines’ business decisions and will now benefit Transavia.”
About Transavia – Transavia is a budget airline that was established in 1965. It has had the pleasure of taking our passengers to the most beautiful business and holiday destinations in Europe for over 50 years. Today, Transavia operates 56 ACs and is part of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group. This makes it a member of the largest aviation group in Europe.
Transavia is based in the Netherlands and operates its flights from the Dutch airports of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Rotterdam-The Hague Airport and Eindhoven Airport, and charter flights are also operated from other Dutch regional airports.
Transavia Airlines C.V. holds a 40% interest in the French airline company Transavia France S.A.S (the remaining 60% are owned by Air France S.A.), which operates in the French market. Transavia France operates under the brand name of Transavia, with an identical business model, website and image.