A few days after the resumption of its activities, the low cost airline Ryanair decided to move up a gear. It plans to operate as of this month, up to 1,000 flights daily on 90% of its network, including Morocco.
Moroccans will also be able to benefit from this attractive offer during this new month of July. For the company’s top management, this good news is particularly true in France, where Ryanair intends to operate more than 170 routes, 36 of which are at Marseille-Provence airport, more than 20 at Bordeaux-Mérignac or even more than ten at Toulouse-Blagnac.
Ryanair celebrates, since Wednesday July 1, the recovery with the sale of 500,000 seats from € 19.99 one way. This offer is for passengers who plan to travel in late August and September.
According to the airline’s technical staff, these fares are “the lowest ever offered by Ryanair during peak season. The group also invites customers wishing to do business for their summer vacation to book their low-cost flights on the airline’s website before midnight Friday, July 3.”
In a press release, Michael O’Leary, the CEO of the Ryanair group, said that these 1,000 daily flights “mark an important turning point for Ryanair and for the European tourism industry, which supports so many jobs and small businesses”. He also reassured his customers that the company complies with EASA and ECDC health directives in order to guarantee customers and their families a safe trip while minimizing the risk of spreading Covid-19.