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Turkish Airlines launches Antalya-Casablanca line

Turkish Airlines is preparing to launch a new line between Turkey and Morocco. From June 10, 2019, the Turkish airline will schedule a non-stop connection between Antalya and Casablanca. A Boeing 737-800 will provide this link between the Turkish resort and the Moroccan economic capital twice a week. The days …

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Aviation: Marrakech-Paris Orly, 1st line in Morocco

For the first time, the Marrakech-Paris Orly line took the top spot on the top five of the airline routes, with 71,404 passengers, according to the latest data from the National Airport Authority (ONDA). This service is ahead of the line Mohammed V-Paris Orly (70,916 passengers), while the Marrakech-Madrid line …

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The New York Times: “In search of ancient Morocco”

The diversity and natural wealth of Morocco have been highlighted in a long travelogue just published by the American newspaper The New York Times, under the title “In search of ancient Morocco.” “South of Marrakech, the Drâa Valley still has an indefinable attraction while keeping the traces of its Berber …

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Meknes hosts its first International Arab Film Festival

The city of Meknes will host the first edition of the International Arab Film Festival (FIFAM) from June 14th to 21st. The Meknès-Azzaytoune Alkobra Association, the main initiator of this event, aspires to create a local film dynamic, contribute to anchor a cinematographic culture in the region and encourage artistic …

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The Ocean Dream, the boat of peace that stops in Tangier

Over time, the boats accompanied the Man in his evolution. Indispensable during major wars, conquests, and also for subsistence through fishing, they have been transformed and are now an integral part of modern commercial and military systems. But not only. Boats are also nowadays closely related to current topics. Proof …

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Pegasus will serve Casablanca in July

The Turkish low-cost airline Pegasus Airlines is strengthening its services to North Africa. From July 8, they will be offering four weekly flights to Casablanca from Sabiha Gökçen Airport, Istanbul’s second largest airport. The flights will be operated every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 20:50. This is the first …

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Morocco: France warns its citizens

France has warned its citizens against the risks of traveling to the provinces of southern Morocco and declared them among the red zones in the world. This new warning from the French Ministry of the Interior could cause tensions after having, however, announced that Morocco is the only country in …

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Hospitality: Morocco in the African top 3

Morocco ranks third in terms of hotel projects in Africa, according to a study by “W Hospitality Group”. With 36 hotel projects underway for some 6,395 rooms, the Kingdom is ahead of Ethiopia and Kenya. Egypt tops the ranking with 51 projects underway, an additional capacity of 15,158 rooms, followed …

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