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Transavia is a low-cost airline coming from Holland. In April we flew among other first customers on their new route from Amsterdam to Helsinki. We didn't have any expectations but we were really happy with the quality of flight with them. Read our review to know more.
There are countless stories about Ryanair including controversies regarding their misleading advertisements. Besides these, one fact stands, Ryanair being the biggest low-cost airline in Europe has often the cheapest tickets to many destinations. But they are really talented to make customers to pay more than they can understand. Read our remarks and familiarize yourself with our list how Ryanair makes you to pay more and how to avoid these traps.
In our airline review series this time we are reviewing an airline from Norway: Norwegian Air Shuttle. It is a really fast growing airline based on the low-cost pricing model. In addition to its wide short-haul network, Norwegian also serves many long-haul destinations. Read more from our review!
We flew by Finnair from Helsinki to London Heathrow and back. Surprisingly we were really lucky to fly with a brand new Airbus A350 back to Helsinki. Read our review how we have rated Finnair's service level.
We flew a return flight from Helsinki to Munich by airBaltic. The flights were inexpensive and well organized except that the flight back to Helsinki was delayed a lot. airBaltic handled all its responsibilities moderately well after reminding them about EU regulations.
Short-haul airlines are quite equal in quality. There is not much quality difference between low-fare and traditional airlines inside Europe because all of them have similar service portfolio. Or should we say not service at all. Luckily there are exceptions. One of them is Aegean Airlines.