Rabat – Morocco’s low-cost airline Air Arabia Maroc has added a new round-trip domestic service, connecting the cities of Casablanca and Nador.
The airline launched its new service on Friday, June 22. The flight will be operational on Fridays and Sundays.
The airline used the Airbus A320, an airplane with 174 seats, for the route.
Managing director of the airline Laila Mechbal said that the new service will help boost domestic tourism, adding that Air Arabia Maroc is set to inaugurate other domestic routes, including one between Tangier and Nador.
Earlier this month, the airline announced three other new domestic flights: Dakhla-Marrakech, Rabat-Agadir, and Dakhla-Casablanca.
All the flights will start in October.
The flights between Dakhla and Casablanca will be operational four days a week, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
The Dakhla-Marrakech flight will be operational three days a week: Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
To date, Air Arabia Maroc serves more than 32 international destinations from 6 Moroccan cities, bringing its network total to 49 routes. Air Arabia Maroc runs flights out of Casablanca, Marrakech, Tangier, Fez, Nador, and Agadir to various European cities.