Like other airlines, Ryanair was also very affected by the coronavirus crisis. Now operational, it has relaunched several of its routes, including 7 in Morocco.
Low-cost airline Ryanair will return to its base at Bordeaux-Mérignac airport next month, with more than 20 routes scheduled for the summer.
After launching operations with 40% of its capacity, Ryanair will restore some of its old routes. In a press release, it specifie that her usual program in Mérignac includes 41 routes, including five in France and seven to Morocco.
The company also points out that these lines “may be subject to modifications depending on travel restrictions imposed by European governments”.
For Hélène Bégasse, communication manager for Ryanair France, the company is pleased to announce that it will restore more than 20 routes to and from Bordeaux airport, from July 1, as part of the program summer 2020.