The carrier is to introduce new twice daily services between the two cities from October 27th, increasing its anticipated passenger volumes to over 130,000 out of the London hub.
Natalie Raper, marketing director at London Luton Airport, said: "We are delighted to announce the arrival of Transavia to our portfolio of carriers.
"Low fare flying continues to make business and leisure travel an increasingly viable option for millions of Europeans and the arrival of this new service to Rotterdam demonstrates the confidence our Airline partners and customers have in us."
Tansavia recently announced that it will be using the Amadeus strategic booking distribution system to improve its brand visibility in key regions outside of its domestic market.
The carrier is hopeful that the new distribution system will help support its expansion to new destinations including Spain, Portugal and Italy.