Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Air Arabia links France and Morocco

Beginning at the end of March this year, Air Arabia will fly between Montpellier in southern France and the cities of Nador, Tangier, Oujda, Fez and Casablanca.

There will be a total of eight flights per week. Montpellier is Air Arabia Maroc’s third destination in the country after Paris and Lyon. Flights between Montpellier and Casablanca originally started on March 28, 2010.

Air Arabia Maroc flights will operate four times per week between Montpellier and Air Arabia Maroc’s hub in Mohamed V International Airport, Casablanca. The LCC (low-cost carrier) will also operate one weekly flight between Montpellier and the cities of Nador, Oujda, Fez and Tangier. Flights details will soon be available on www.airarabia.com.

The Middle East's first low-cost carrier, Air Arabia was established in 2003 by the Ruler of Sharjah and the Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates, and is now a publically-listed company based in Sharjah with secondary hubs in Casablanca and Cairo. With its fleet of A320s, Air Arabia’s network includes services within the Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent and Europe. Air Arabia has established subsidiary airlines in Morocco and Egypt with local investors in each country. This is part of the airline's strategy to create the first pan-Arab airline.

1 comment:

Piggy said...

I do hope that they keep time. Other Arab airlines into Fez seem to think it is not important. Nice if they did a link through to the UK?