The Spanish airline Air Europa announces the resumption of its Madrid-Marrakech route, which marks its return to Moroccan skies.
The Iberian air carrier, explains that the reopening of this line is part of the growth plan activated by the company, which foresees adapting the activity to the needs of the market and demand and gradually returning to full operation.
In detail, the company offers two flights a week between its base in Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez and Marrakech-Menara airport (Sunday and Thursday). The same source specifies that this link, which began to be operated in 2017, has always been efficient before the appearance of the pandemic linked to Covid-19, adding that it is convinced that it will continue to be so. It should be noted that Air Europa is offering more than 32,500 seats to North Africa this year and expects an average occupancy rate of around 75% in the months to come.