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Air Arabia resumes flights in Morocco

The airline announced Tuesday the resumption as of June 25 of its program of internal flights in the Kingdom.

The leader in low-cost air transport in the region will resume flights with a gradual increase in the number of frequencies. The company specifies that fourteen routes are concerned from and to seven cities, namely Agadir, Dakhla, Fez, Marrakech, Nador, Rabat and Tangier.

Air Arabia informs its customers, however, that they are required to obtain a professional authorization (mission order) or an authorization issued by the local authorities in the event of movement between zones 1 and 2.

The group add that deconfinement does not exempt passengers from respecting barrier and prevention measures. The wearing of the mask remains compulsory on all of its flights and temperature controls are carried out at the start of each flight.

Based in Casablanca, Air Arabia is the first low cost carrier (LCC) in Morocco. The airline was launched in April 2009 and focuses on an offer that combines comfort, reliability and excellent value for money.

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