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Ryanair to launch four new routes to Morocco

Ryanair is planning to launch four new routes to Morocco from Lisbon airport as part of its 2021 winter program.

Ryanair will launch 50 airlines and more than 250 weekly flights from Lisbon, including 22 new routes to destinations in Italy, Morocco, France, Spain, Poland, UK, Denmark, Germany. The Moroccan cities concerned are Agadir, Oujda, Marrakech and Fez.

“We are pleased to announce our expansion plans to Lisbon this winter with three additional aircraft at the airport, representing an investment of US $ 300 million, and 22 new routes to fantastic destinations in Italy, Morocco, France, UK, Spain, Poland and Denmark and Germany,” said Jason McGuiness, Ryanair’s commercial director, adding that the Irish low-cost will operate more short-haul European routes from Lisbon than any other airline this winter.

“We will continue to transport millions of visitors to and from Portugal, investing in the tourism sector and standardizing travel, while offering our customers the widest range of routes and the lowest prices,” he promised.

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