Air Arabia Maroc adds flights from Casablanca to Cuneo in northern Italy
An aircraft cake was baked to celebrate the arrival of Air Arabia Maroc to Cuneo in northwest Italy. The Piedmont region alone is home to over 80,000 Moroccans. A press conference was held by the airline’s COO Rohit Ramachandran and Cuneo Airport’s Managing Director Gian Pietro Pepino.
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- Air Arabia Maroc, as reported last week and celebrated with a cake, has begun expanding its network to Montpellier (MPL) in the south of France. In the past week, two further routes – both from the east of Morocco – have been added to the total three new routes. As of 29 March, the Moroccan low-cost carrier flies from Oujda (OUD) and on 2 April, flights launched from Nador (NDR). Each of the routes operates once weekly. The airline, which operates a single fleet of 162-seat A320s, also launched a brand new destination in the last week. On 31 March, it launched two weekly flights to Cuneo (CUF) in northwest Italy from its main Casablanca (CMN) base. The airline’s COO Rohit Ramachandran commented: “We are delighted to announce the start of our flights to Cuneo, which represents the fourth destination we serve in Italy. We are confident the new services between Casablanca and Cuneo will offer customers great value for money to travel between the two cities as well as contribute complement the services Air Arabia Maroc already offers to Milan, Venice and Bologna.” Notably, the airline’s Italian destinations are all in the northern part of the country. The Piedmont region alone, where Cuneo is located, is home to over 80,000 residents of Moroccan origin.
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