Tourism & TravelEasyJet launches new flight to Morocco

EasyJet launches new flight to Morocco

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The airline EasyJet plans to launch a new service from the Netherlands to Morocco from next October. It already serves three Moroccan cities: Agadir, Essaouira and Tangier.

EasyJet offers four weekly flights for its winter schedule between its base at Amsterdam-Schiphol and Marrakech-Menara airport for the period from October 31, 2021 to March 25, 2022, reports Air Journal. This is the fourteenth line of the British low cost to the Moroccan airport. These flights will be operated on an Airbus single-aisle. The plane will depart from Amsterdam on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 8:15 am to land at 12:20 pm in Morocco. As for the return flights, they will leave Morocco at 1:10 pm and arrive at 5:05 pm (the Thursday rotation is not posted next January).

EasyJet also grants its customers a favor. The company “strengthens its Flexibility Guarantee: it is possible for them to change their ticket at no additional cost up to 2 hours before departure. This offer applies to all flights, with no date or destination conditions. The EasyJet seats on sale are offered with a new fare: Standard Plus, which combines benefits such as a front seat, large cabin baggage and the Speedy Boarding option. “

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