Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Air Arabia - new Moroccan flight schedule.

Air Arabia today announced 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
The new schedule:


Casablanca - Fez - Brussels

Casablanca - Oujda - Paris- Casablanca - Fez - Cologne

Casablanca - Tangier - Amsterdam


Casablanca - Tangier - Paris

Monday and Thursday

Casablanca - Nador - Amsterdam - Casablanca - Nador - Cologne

Casablanca - Fez - Paris- Casablanca - Oujda - Brussels

Casablanca - Fez - Montpellier - Casablanca - Fez - Paris

Tuesday and Friday

Casablanca - Nador - Paris - Casablanca - Tangier - Paris

Casablanca - Fez - Brussels


Casablanca - Fez - Cologne - Casablanca - Oujda - Paris

The airline it will also start direct services to the Egyptian city of Alexandria, from the carrier’s main hub in Mohamed V Airport, Casablanca. Egypt represents the 12th destination on the Air Arabia’s growing network from Morocco. The airline will start its flights to Alexandria on October 4th, 2010.


Sammie said...

Hello, I don't really understand these routes, there seems to be some flights that you can depart on, but not possible to return, is this correct?
Can you state simply the routes to/from Fes and the days that they go. Thank you Sammie

The View from Fez said...

Sammie - we agree, but the airline website gives no further clarification. I suggest you simply try booking.