Fly to Europe from five airports across Morocco[/SIZE]
Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa largest low cost carrier (LCC) announced today its flights details between new Moroccan airports and European cities for the winter season.
In addition to its primary base at Mohamed V International Airport in Casablanca, starting end of October, 2010, the airline will also operate from Nador, Fez, Tangier and Oujda airports with a frequency of sixteen flights per week between the five Moroccan cities towards Brussels, Amsterdam, Cologne, Paris and Montpellier
Mr. Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer of Air Arabia said: “It gives us great pleasure to launch the winter schedule by offering our customers the chance to fly from five different airports in Morocco. 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 tourism sector across Morocco and at the same time, offer our customers the most convenient and value for money product”.
Air Arabia only flies new aircraft of the type Airbus A320. On its entire network, Air Arabia offers full economy class with an average seat pitch of 32 inch and a free baggage allowance of 20 kg. Food and Beverage can be bought during the flight. In the near future there will also be a possibility to order and pay for meals online.
The new schedule:
Casablanca - Nador - Amsterdam Casablanca - Nador - Cologne
Casablanca - Fez - Paris Casablanca - Oujda - Brussels
Casablanca - Fez - Montpellier Casablanca - Fez - Paris
Casablanca - Nador - paris Casablanca - Tangier - Paris
Casablanca - Fez - Brussels Saturday
Casablanca - Fez - Cologne Casablanca - Oujda - Paris
Wednesday Casablanca - Fez - Brussels
Casablanca - Oujda - Paris Casablanca - Fez - Cologne
Casablanca - Tangier - Amsterdam Sunday
Casablanca - Tangier - Paris
Ik roep iedereen op om komende zomervakantie Royal air Maroc masssaal te negeren. Soieswo zal de prijs duidelijk maken wie de winnaar zal zijn.