Ryanair unveils record winter schedule to Morocco

Ryanair unveils record winter schedule to Morocco

129 routes including eleven new routes, the eleventh aircraft (Boeing 737) based in the Kingdom (6ᵉ in Marrakech), more than 720 weekly flights in Morocco… The airline Ryanair presented on Tuesday a record winter 2022-2023 program for Morocco. Seven of the eleven new routes were announced last June. Irish will operate low-fare flights from Rome-Ciampino, Frankfurt-Hahn and Valencia to Agadir-Al Massira and from Limoges and Gran Canaria to Marrakech-Menara. Ryanair will connect Fes-Says with Clermont-Ferrand and Alicante and Rabat-Salle with Toulouse and Rome-Ciampino. Finally, the company will offer flights from London-Stand and Rome-Ciampino to Tangier-Ibn Battuta.

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“As Europe’s leading airline and Morocco’s fastest growing airline, Ryanair is delighted to announce its largest Moroccan winter schedule to date. This recent investment of an additional Marrakesh-based aircraft supports Ryanair’s largest winter program and strengthens our commitment to Morocco with 11 flights from Agadir, Marrakesh and Fez, allowing us to diversify and increase tourism from major European cities,” said Raymond Kelliher, Ryanair’s Director of Route Development. said in a statement.

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These new winter links will “support Morocco’s regional economy and its ambitions to increase inbound tourism through year-round connectivity,” the company said, adding that the program represents an investment of $1.1 billion and 5,000 jobs in Morocco. More than 330 direct jobs)”, for about 2.5 million passengers.

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Customers and visitors traveling from/to Morocco are invited to connect to the company’s website and make reservations before November 17, with fares available from only 269DH for travel from November 2022 to March 2023.

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