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Transavia.(Europe)(Brief Article)

The Dutch leisure and low-cost carrier posted a net profit in the financial year ended March 31, its 26th consecutive profitable year, "despite difficult circumstances." Citing a downturn in the holiday charter market, it initiated "radical changes" to its business model, including dividing the marketing and sales functions into two parallel product-market combinations, B2B charter and B2C Basiq Air; introducing direct "seat only" bookings for charter flights; terminating free meals and drinks, and early this year launching "home check-in" for Basiq Air passengers flying from Amsterdam Schiphol. …

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