Irish low-cost Ryanair plans to launch a new air link between Morocco and Italy as part of its 2021-2022 winter program.
Ryanair offers two weekly flights for its winter program between its base in Agadir-Al Massira and Bologna-Guglielmo Marconi airport for the period from November 2, 2021 to March 26, 2022. These flights will be operated by Boeing 737-800 with 189 seats. The plane will depart from Agadir on Tuesday and Saturday at 6:45 am and land at 11:20 am in Italy. As for the return flights, they will leave Italy at 11:45 am and arrive in Agadir at 2:20 pm.
Last week, the Irish low cost announced the launch of the Fez-Bologna route during the presentation of Ryanair’s winter program in Morocco. In all, more than 120 routes and more than 300 flights per week will be operated throughout the season.
“As the first airline in Italy, we are delighted to announce six new winter routes to Agadir, Stockholm, Fez, Nuremberg, Santiago and Zaragoza, as part of our Bologna winter 21 operation”, said Eddie Wilson, CEO of Ryanair in a press release. The Irish low-cost airline is already inviting its customers to book “a well-deserved winter break” on one of these new routes. In the event of a change in plans, they are allowed to move their travel dates “by paying only the price difference between the original flight and the new flight,” he said.