Air Arabia unveils Morocco-Europe schedule

Guest Writer

Air Arabia has revealed its new winter flight schedule between Morocco and Europe.
In addition to its primary base at Mohamed V International Airport in Casablanca, starting at the end of October, the airline will also operate from Nador, Fez, Tangier and Oujda airports with a frequency of 16 flights per week between the five Moroccan cities to Brussels, Amsterdam, Cologne, Paris and Montpellier.
The flights will be served by an Airbus A320.
The airline said it also planned to introduce a facility whereby passengers can order and pay for meals online when booking a flight.
“It gives us great pleasure to launch the winter schedule by offering our customers the chance to fly from five different airports in Morocco,” said Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer of Air Arabia.
“We understand the importance of the five cities to the kingdom and therefore, this new innovative service is set to contribute to the growth of the tourism sector across Morocco and at the same time, offer our customers the most convenient and value for money product”.

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