Transavia, the Amsterdam-based charter and scheduled airline, has exercised an option to purchase two additional Boeing Next-Generation 737-800s. Including today's announcement, Transavia will have 21 Next-Generation 737 airplanes in operation by summer 2003. Transavia operates an all-Boeing fleet consisting of 737s and 757s. They have been a Boeing customer since taking delivery of their first 737-200 in 1974. Boeing delivered Transavia's first three 737-800s in 1998.