Jetairfly commences three new Moroccan routes

On 28 October, Cuneo Airport celebrated the arrival of Jetairfly from Marrakech, a route operated weekly, on Tuesdays, utilising the airline’s 737-800s. Celebrating the achievement are: Jalil Berrada, International Sales Manager, Jetairfly Maroc; Abdelkader Hsi, Deputy CEO, Jetairfly Maroc; GianPietro Pepino, CEO, Cuneo; Meriem Belyasmine, Marketing Manager, Jetairfly Maroc; Fahd Dafaa, Sales and Distribution Manager, Jetairfly Maroc.

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  • Jetairfly, the Belgian subsidiary of TUI Airlines, commenced three new routes between Europe and Morocco during the course of last week, all of which are served by its 189-seat 737-800s and face no competition from other operators. Firstly, Jetairfly expanded its presence at Marrakech (RAK) on 28 October, adding its second route to Italy, with weekly flights (Tuesdays) to Cuneo (CUF). The carrier is also flying twice-weekly (Mondays and Wednesdays) from Marrakech to Bologna in Italy. The same day, the airline also commenced weekly flights (Tuesdays) on the 1,022-kilometre sector from Toulouse (TLS) to Oujda (OUD). Finally, on 29 October, Jetairfly added weekly services (Wednesdays) from Dole (DLE) to Casablanca (CMN). 

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