Five new routes for the winter season have been announced by budget airline Transavia.
The Air France-KLM subsidiary will be launching cheap flights to Austria and Germany, including a new route from Innsbruck to Berlin’s busy Tegel Airport.
The new services to the two countries will begin on December 19th 2008.
Transavia will also be running flights from Innsbruck to Brussels in Belgium and Hamburg in Germany.
Routes from Brussels to Salzburg in Austria, Friedrichshafen in Germany and Rotterdam in Amsterdam have also been announced.
Although not running until the winter season, passengers can book seats on these services immediately.
Transavia’s parent company KLM was recently embroiled in a dispute with Dutch authorities over the introduction of a new environmental tax.
It claimed that the new levy could impact on its passenger numbers in the Netherlands, but The Hague appeal court concluded in favour of the new tax.