The Irish low-cost airline company will provide two weekly flights between Tetouan and Malaga.
Rabat – Low-cost airline Ryanair announced on Thursday its plan to launch the first flight from Tetouan in northern Morocco to Malaga, Spain. The company will launch the flights in April as part of its 2019 summer program.
Quoted by Maghreb Arab Press (MAP), the company said that Moroccan customers and visitors can “enjoy even lower rates and the latest enhancements to the ‘Always Getting Better’ program.”
A sales manager at Ryanair, Yann Delomez, said that Ryanair launched a special offer for customers. He added that the seats available under the program’s offer “must be reserved by midnight on January 21.”
Moroccan National Office of Tourism CEO Adel El Fakir said, “Tetouan, with its cultural heritage, its coastline and its many international hotel brands still fascinate visitors and meet the expectations of families and lovers of cultural experience.”
According to MAP, the company announced that it has transported more than 139 million passengers in 2018, a new record despite its flight cancellation crisis over the summer.
Ryanair serves all the major cities in Morocco except Casablanca: Agadir, Fez, Marrakech, Nador, Oujda, Rabat, and Tangier.