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Transavia returns to Copenhagen

Netherlands-based airline Transavia has announced plans to launch flights from Copenhagen as part of its winter schedule.

Netherlands-based cheap flights airline Transavia has announced plans to launch flights from Copenhagen as part of its winter schedule.

The carrier will offer five weekly flights to Innsbruck from the Danish terminal from December to cater to ski tourists heading to Austria.

"We are very proud of being back at Copenhagen Airport with our new route to Innsbruck," said Arian van der Werff, the airline’s business development manager.

"Our mission with the route is to give passengers out of Copenhagen more time for skiing and snowboarding, insread of driving on motorways. With our five flights a week, passengers can now reach the Alps quickly, easily and of course at low fares."

Transavia announced initial details of its winter schedule last month, revealing new flights to Bergerac and Montpellier.

Cheap flights will be added from Innsbruck to Tegel Airport in Berlin and a new route will be introduced from the Austrian airport to Brussels.

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