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Ryanair launches two new flights to Morocco

The airline Ryanair plans to launch a new route from Toulouse and resume a line to Morocco this summer.

The Irish low cost will connect Agadir-Al Massira airport to Toulouse-Blagnac airport this summer, in order to allow many inhabitants of Occitanie to travel to this sunny destination. Three other new lines will be launched from Toulouse to three Italian cities: Milan, Venice and Rome.

The launch of these new lines is included in the Toulouse airport’s summer flight schedule. “2022 should see its traffic rise to between 60 and 80% of the traffic in 2019, before the crisis”, tried to estimate Philippe Crebassa, chairman of the management board during the presentation of the summer flight program in Blagnac.

Ryanair has also decided to resume its flights to Tangier (Morocco) from Toulouse-Blagnac airport.

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