The ONMT has set up a partnership with the airline Ryanair so that the company can once again provide flights from the six main European markets and to 8 Moroccan airports, underlines the same source, noting that 228,690 seats which are thus breathed in for the winter 2020-2021 season.
“Thanks to our exceptional relationship with Ryanair, which we have maintained despite the flight shutdown period, we have agreed together to reconnect our various destinations to the main European markets”, declared ONMT Director General Adel El Fakir, cited in the press release.
“This is only a first step, we are aiming to reach more foreign markets with Ryanair but also with other national and international companies”, he maintained.
In detail, Marrakech will be linked to the main European capitals Paris, London, Rome, Brussels, Dublin but also to other important airports, namely Milan, Barcelona, Malaga, Bordeaux, Marseille, Naples, Porto, Dole, Pisa, Seville and Tours.
The city of Agadir will be linked directly to London, Manchester, Brussels and Marseille, said the Office, noting that Fez will be rescheduled from Paris, Barcelona, Milan, Nantes, Marseille, Nîmes and Dole.
As for Rabat, it will be reconnected to Paris, Brussels, Madrid, Marseille, Düsseldorf and Seville, the statement said, adding that Tangier will be linked to Paris, Brussels, Madrid and Marseille, while Essaouira will benefit from a direct connection to Brussels, and Nador will be connected to Brussels, Frankfurt and Marseille and Oujda to Paris, Brussels and Marseille.
The press release notes, moreover, that the ONMT is also in discussion with Royal Air Maroc as well as a large number of international companies to further increase the number of frequencies from the originating markets and to all Kingdom tourist destinations.