Tourism & TravelAirlines are making a comeback in Morocco

Airlines are making a comeback in Morocco


The health crisis linked to the coronavirus has obviously not caused a disinterest on the part of airlines for the destination Morocco. The services continue to multiply.

Turkish airlines, Transavia, Air France, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) and Ryanair are increasingly planning services to Morocco. Some companies plan to ramp up this October while others plan to do so in November. For example, Ryanair plans to launch three new routes between Spain and Morocco from next November connecting Barcelona-El Prat airport with those of Rabat, Agadir and Oujda. It will operate two weekly flights. Also, the Irish low cost will connect Agadir to 7 European countries (Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Poland).

In all, an offer of 229,000 seats on arrival from winter 2021-2022 against 108,000 seats on arrival in winter 2019-2020, as part of the resumption of destination Agadir-Taghazout. This capacity will reach 570,000 seats on arrival in 2024.

As a reminder, international air traffic rebounded during the period from June 15 to August 31, 2021, according to the National Airports Office (ONDA). More than 3.5 million passengers have been welcomed through 31,202 international flights. In total, 45 international airlines have operated flights to and from Morocco. Moroccan airports have been connected to 101 international airports throughout this period. Air traffic could continue to rebound during the post Covid-19 period.

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