On Thursday, Air Arabia Maroc announced the launch of a new line connecting Fez and Amsterdam, starting on 14 June
The new link, which will run twice a week, will allow Dutch passengers to explore several regions of Morocco, Air Arabia said in a statement, noting that the company is already running flights to Amsterdam from Tangier and Nador.
From June 14th Air Arabia Morocco will also be serving the cities of Strasbourg, Rome, Barcelona, Lyon, London and Brussels, Montpellier, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Paris.
Adel Ali, president and CEO of the Air Arabia group, said that he was pleased with the expansion of his company's network from Fez, underlining that this new link "confirms our commitment to develop air traffic at Morocco and to contribute to the development of the tourism sector in Morocco".
"Thanks to the support of the Office of National Tourism we will be able to achieve our objective of connecting all Moroccan airports to several European countries," he added. Air Arabia Maroc now operates flights to 48 European destinations from 5 cities of the Kingdom: Casablanca, Fez, Tangier, Marrakech and Nador.