The low-cost airline EasyJet resumed its air links to Morocco from France on June 15, the date marking the reopening of Moroccan skies. The airline has taken a series of measures to make travel easier for its customers.
EasyJet relaunched its flights to Morocco on June 15, 2021 in order to meet “the demand of the French for a long-awaited vacation”. In a press release, the British cheap flight specialist announced that it will serve Marrakech-Menara from Paris-CDG, Bordeaux-Mérignac, Lyon-Saint Exupéry, Nantes-Atlantique, Nice-Côte d’Azur and Toulouse-Blagnac airports, at the rate of several frequencies per week. After the Nice-Marrakech flights on June 15, Paris-CDG-Marrakech on June 16, the low cost will operate the Lyon-Marrakech, Nantes-Marrakech and Toulouse-Marrakech flights on June 19, then Bordeaux-Marrakech on July 5.
“After a special year, the French want to travel to reunite with their families, spend a few days with friends or even explore new destinations. Departing from Paris and the French regions, Morocco remains a popular destination for our passengers,” said Reginald Otten, EasyJet’s deputy general manager for France.
The airline intends to strengthen its guarantee of flexibility in the context of resuming its flights. It gives its customers the option of changing their ticket at no additional cost up to 2 hours before departure. An offer that covers all flights, with no date or destination conditions. The British specialist in cheap flights offers one-way trips without luggage at 35 euros including tax. It has also launched the Covid-19 information portal and invites its customers to regularly check the travel and entry conditions for their arrival and return destinations.