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Ryanair deploys 10 new links in Morocco

Ryanair recently announced the opening of around ten air links to and from Morocco starting in the 2021/22 winter season.

Flights which will link in detail Agadir to Pisa (Italy) and Perpignan (France), but also Barcelona to Rabat and Oujda. In addition, the Irish company will serve the Marrakech-Alicante (Spain), Fès-Bologna (Italy), Fès-Porto (Portugal), Tétouan-Charleroi (Belgium), Oujda-Seville (Spain) and Seville-Tétouan lines. Note that all of its services will be made twice a week.

Ryanair who said that Moroccan customers can now book for winter holidays on one of the 10 new routes offered. “We are delighted to announce the launch of these ten new winter routes for people wishing to enjoy a sunny winter getaway, or admire the Spanish, Italian or French cityscapes”, expressed Jason McGuiness for the occasion, Ryanair Commercial Director.

Recall that last July, a strategic agreement was initialed in Taghazout by Adel El Fakir, Director General of the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT), and Eddie Wilson, Chief Executive Officer of Ryanair, the Irish company having announced at this meeting occasion the opening of its new base in Agadir.

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