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Transavia resumes flights to Morocco

Almost three months after the opening of its base at Montpellier-Mediterranee airport, due to Covid-19, the Air France subsidiary specializing in cheap flights, Transavia, has been offering two flights since July 16, 2020. per week to Tunis-Carthage, operated by Boeing 737-800 with 189 seats. While waiting for the reopening of Moroccan borders, it has planned to serve several cities in Morocco.

Low-cost airline Transavia is preparing to serve the cities of Agadir, Marrakech and Oujda in Morocco, subject to the reopening of borders. So far, Morocco has partially authorized the reopening of the borders.

This exceptional operation aims to allow access to the national territory, from July 15, to Moroccans regardless of their situation (tourists stranded abroad, students, Morccans living abroad …) and foreigners residing in Morocco and located in the foreigner for whatever reason, as well as their families, had specified the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, during a meeting with the press meeting with the local press.

For the French low cost, it wants to welcome 500,000 passengers for its first year of operations in Montpellier.

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