The main activities in this sector are Transavia’s leisure business and the catering business.
Total revenues from these other businesses amounted to €1.29 billion (+3.4% relative to December 31, 2011 restated for Martinair) while income from current operations stood at €12 million versus breakeven at December 31, 2011 restated for Martinair.
Leisure business: Transavia
The Air France-KLM group has a leisure offer through its Transavia subsidiary.
Transavia, the Group’s low cost subsidiary, has operations in the Netherlands and France directed at medium-haul leisure customers as well as, via its charter flights, tour operators. It has a fleet of 39 Boeing B737-700 and 800 aircraft, of which 31 aircraft are operated out of Amsterdam and eight out of Paris Orly, and 2,020 employees. In the Netherlands, Transavia offers some 100 destinations around the Mediterranean rim out of Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Rotterdam. In France, Transavia offers around 18 tourist destinations on departure from Paris Orly.
In the restructuring of medium haul, Transavia France is destined to play a more important role. After the arrival of three new aircraft in 2013, its fleet should comprise some twenty aircraft in 2015. The company will open new destinations and operate routes in parallel with Air France on destinations which combine business, transfer and leisure traffic.
The catering business is regrouped around Servair, an Air France subsidiary and KLM Catering Services, a KLM subsidiary. A more than 97%-owned subsidiary of Air France, Servair is the leader in the French catering market and ranks number three amongst the airline catering companies globally.