Rabat - The trendsetting low-cost airline company, Ryanair, is keen to add more flight options between Morocco and Europe.
Rabat – The trendsetting low-cost airline company, Ryanair, is keen to add more flight options between Morocco and Europe.
Ryanair announced on Thursday, September 27, that it will launch four new flights between Morocco and France.
The first two flights, which will start operation in April 2019, will link Bordeau to Ouarzazate and Tangier.
The other two lines will link Marseille with Agadir and Ouarzazate.
The new flights are in line with Ryanair’s 2019 summer program.
The airline will also launch, starting October 28, new flights between Morocco and Italy.
The flights will operate twice a week, between Marrakech and Catania in Sicily.
The flights departing from Marrakech are scheduled for Wednesdays at 9:50 a.m. and Sundays at 11 a.m.
Return flights from Catania are scheduled for Wednesdays at 7a.m. and Sundays at 8:10 a.m.
Also this month, the company plans to launch weekly flights to Marrakech from Brussels-Zaventem Airport.
Starting October 29, the company will also launch direct flights linking Marrakech and Athens with two flights per week.
Ryanair currently offers nearly 37 connections to Marrakech. The list includes eight flights to France; eight to Germany; six to Italy; five to Spain; three to the UK two to Belgium; and one each to Athens, Dublin, Eindhoven in the Netherlands, Krakow, and Budapest.