He added that the ONMT has signed a partnership with Ryanair in order to once again provide flights from the six main European markets and to 8 Moroccan airports, noting that 228,690 seats which are thus supplied for the winter season 2020-2021.
The Director General of the ONMT, Adel El Fakir, declared, in this sense, that “thanks to our exceptional relationship with Ryanair, we have agreed together to reconnect our various destinations to the main European markets”.
In detail, the city of Rabat will be reconnected to Paris, Brussels, Madrid, Marseille, Düsseldorf and Seville.
Marrakech, for its part, will be linked to the main European capitals, namely Paris, London, Rome, Brussels and Dublin, but also to Milan, Barcelona, Malaga, Bordeaux, Marseille, Naples, Porto, Dole, Pisa, Seville and Tours.
As for flights from Agadir, they will be linked directly to London, Manchester, Brussels and Marseille, while Fez will be rescheduled from Paris, Barcelona, Milan, Nantes, Marseille, Nîmes and Dole.
Tangier will be linked to Paris, Brussels, Madrid and Marseille, while Essaouira will benefit from a direct link to Brussels.
For its part, Nador will be linked to Brussels, Frankfurt and Marseille and Oujda to Paris, Brussels and Marseille.
It should be noted that the ONMT is also currently in discussions 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 the tourist destinations of the Kingdom.