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Ryanair launches new routes to Morocco from Spain

Ryanair is launching three new routes between Spain and Morocco this summer. The Irish low cost has decided to connect the airports of Madrid and Malaga with those of Tangier and Tetouan respectively. It also offers two weekly flights to Tetouan from Alicante.

“Following the success of the vaccination programs, we are happy to add new routes this summer to the Moroccan destinations of Tetouan and Tangier,” said Jason McGuinness, Ryanair’s commercial director, adding that the low-cost company is “delighted to contribute to the recovery and growth in Spain despite the challenges of the pandemic”.

Ticket prices for these flights start at 29.99 euros, valid for the months of September and October. Travelers can take advantage of this promotion until Wednesday August 18 at midnight. McGuinness further advises travelers that they also have the option to “postpone or change their travel dates up to two times with zero exchange rates until the end of December 2021.”

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