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Transavia cancels several of its flights to and from Morocco

The low-cost airline Transavia has canceled several flights scheduled for the coming weeks. The frequency of flights on certain routes, in particular with Morocco, will be reduced after the resumption.

The air links between Morocco and France of the airline Transavia will undergo changes from this Thursday, November 19, announces the company.

Thus, flights from Paris Orly to Fez or Rabat will be canceled. Flights to Fez will resume on December 18 with three (3) flights per week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, while flights to Rabat will resume on December 19 with one (1) flight per week scheduled for Saturday.

In addition, a decrease in the frequency of flights to Agadir and Marrakech will also be operated, specifies the same source. Two (2) flights per week will cover the connection from Paris Orly to Marrakech, unlike three previously. Flights to Agadir will be three (3) per week.

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