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Air Arabia: New flights departing from Casablanca and Tangier

Air Arabia Maroc, the leader in low-cost air transport in the region, continues to densify and diversify its international network from Morocco. With its network of destinations both business and leisure, the company this summer launches five new lines leaving Casablanca and Tangier, offering its passengers more choices to France and Europe.

From April 1st, customers will be able to book flights from Casablanca to Prague, Pisa, Lisbon and Tunis. The flights will be operated according to the following program:

Casablanca – Lisbon

Go: 2:40 pm – 4:10 pm
Return: 16h55 – 18h20

Go: 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm
Return: 9:15 pm – 10:40 pm

Go: 6:40 pm – 8:10 pm
Return: 21h00 – 22h25

Casablanca – Prague

Monday and Thursday
Go: 2:50 pm – 7:40 pm
Return: 20h30 – 23h35

Casablanca – Pisa

Monday and Thursday
Go: 07:00 – 11:00
Return: 11h50 – 13h50

Casablanca – Tunis

Go: 09h30 – 11h50
Return: 12h50 – 15h35

Go: 06:10 – 08:30
Return: 09h30 – 12h15

Go: 08:05 – 10:25
Return: 11.25 – 14.10

From Tangier, passengers will also be able to join the city of Lyon for the first time, from April 1st and according to the following schedule:

Tangier – Lyon

Monday and Thursday
Go: 5:10 pm – 8:40 pm
Return: 21:25 – 22:50

In addition to these five new openings, Air Arabia Maroc also densified its existing network this summer by adding additional frequencies to Brussels from Tangiers, Nador, Fez and Casablanca, to Barcelona from Tangiers, Nador and Casablanca, to London from Tangier, to Madrid from Tangier, to Paris from Tangier and Fez, to Lyon from Casablanca and Fez, and to Montpellier from Marrakech, Fez and Nador.

It should be noted that Air Arabia Maroc has developed in 2018 a network of 11 internal links linking Agadir to Rabat, Fez and Tangier, Marrakech to Fez, Tangier, Dakhla and Zagora, Fes to Errachidia, Tangier to Nador, and Casablanca to Nador and Dakhla.

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