Monday, January 14, 2013

Jetairfly Teases With Promises of New Flights to Morocco

The low-cost carrier, Jetairfly, has announced that it will be adding new flights to Moroccan destinations - at least for the summer season - but has not disclosed the intended routes
The boosting of flights mid-year is in line with other carriers who increase flights in summer. From the airlines point of view the period between late March and late October are seen as the most profitable.

Belgian airline Jetairfly has not yet stipulated which destinations will get new flights but says it will benefit "Moroccans living abroad and tourists visiting Morocco".

At present Jetairfly has 23 routes to Morocco and serves 10 airports in Morocco: Casablanca, Marrakech, Agadir, Tangier, Oujda, Al Hoceima, Nador, Rabat, Fez and Tetouan.

Elie Bruyninckx (CEO of Jetair) and Claude Perignon (President the Executive Board of Jetairfly Morocco), seem intent on teasing the public by announcing that they will announce the new routes... later. They told the media "We will announce in mid-February at the latest. One thing is certain, it will be innovative routes. We try to think outside the box".


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