The low cost airline easyJet will launch in the autumn nine new routes from Nantes, Nice, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Lyon, including six to Morocco – where other routes are planned.
From the end of October 2019, the British specialist of the cheap flight will propose at the airport of Nantes-Atlantique two flights a week towards Agadir-Al Massira, on Thursday and Sunday, in competition with Transavia France and TUI fly Beglium; two flights a week to Tangier-Ibn Battouta, Wednesday and Saturday against Volotea; and two flights a week to Berlin-Tegel on Mondays and Fridays opposite Transavia (to Schönefeld).
In Nice-Côte d’Azur, easyJet also offers in the autumn two new lines operated twice a week to Morocco, with Agadir (Wednesday and Saturday) and Tangier (Wednesday and Sunday), this time without competition.
Toulouse-Blagnac airport will benefit on its side of roads to Agadir with rotations Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday against Air Arabia Morocco, and Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion on Tuesday and Saturday without competition.
EasyJet will also connect Bordeaux-Mérignac to Tenerife South on Wednesday and Saturday against Volotea, and Lyon-Saint Exupéry to Tangier Monday and Friday in competition with Air Arabia Morocco.
In addition to the lines above, Morocco will have a new easyJet seasonal route between Belfast-International and Marrakech-Menara airports, on Wednesday and Saturday without competition, and at another Berlin-Schönefeld link, always in Marrakech, on Wednesday and Saturday against Ryanair.
Berlin will also be connected again by easyJet to Brussels-Zaventem every day from Tegel, against Brussels Airlines, and Funchal in Portugal, Are Ostersund in Sweden and Marsa Alam in Egypt.
EasyJet is selling more than half a million seats in 2019 between France and the Kingdom, an increase of 60% compared to 2018. François Bacchetta, CEO of easyJet France, said in a statement: “After announcing 26 new lines during the winter of 2018-2019, we continue to expand our network. Our business clientele enjoys greater flexibility, while vacationers are offered more and more choices to escape both in summer and winter, with a particular interest for Morocco this year.”