Rabat – Air Arabia Maroc has launched a campaign to seduce the northern European countries. After taking part in several international trade fairs and exhibitions, Air Arabia Maroc is continuing its efforts to strengthen tourism between Morocco and Europe.
On April 23, Air Arabia Maroc and the Regional Tourism Council of Agadir organized, an “Agadir special theme evening” in Copenhagen, to reinforce tourism and help increase the number of arrivals to the city.
This thematic night was conceived in the format of a traditional Moroccan dinner and was attended by more than 120 participants, including travel agencies, tour operators, bloggers, and Danish media representatives.
“This was the occasion to present the discreet charms of a region which shelters the first seaside resort of Morocco, with its 300 days of sunshine a year and its 6 km of fine golden sand,” said the company in a press release.
At night, Air Arabia and CRT Agadir picked six lottery winners of three-night packages, including flights, to experience Agadir’s seaside, medina, and beaches, in addition to tours in Taghazout and Taroudant.
Influencers had the opportunity to try the Air Arabia Express service, which allows Air Arabia Morocco travelers to arrive at their final destination in the city center at a low cost and with minimal waiting time.
This successful promotion of Agadir, which has had good media coverage in both Denmark and Sweden aims to promote the work carried out by Air Arabia Morocco, the ONMT, and the CRT Agadir to highlight the Souss-Massa region.
In October 2017, Arabia Morocco has made Agadir its sixth air base in Morocco by launching new routes linking Agadir to seven European destinations, including Dublin, Manchester, Cologne, Munich, Toulouse, Stockholm, and Copenhagen.
Air Arabia Maroc is a Morocco-based joint venture and member of the Air Arabia Group which was launched in 2009. Air Arabia Maroc has been launching new weekly flights linking Morocco to several European destinations including, in 2017, Marrakech to London and Paris.
Air Arabia Maroc serves 32 global destinations from six Moroccan cities, bringing its total network to 49 routes.
In addition to Agadir, Air Arabia Maroc operates from Casablanca, Tangier, Fez, Nador, and Marrakech, with service to various European cities.