On 29 March Fez Airport celebrated the start of Air Arabia Maroc’s services to Toulouse with a traditional cake- and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Flights to the French city will be flown twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Saturdays) facing no incumbent carriers.
Pau Airport in France celebrated the start of Air Arabia Maroc’s services from Marrakech with a gift-giving and cake-cutting ceremony. Launched on 1 April, flights will operate weekly on Fridays using the carrier’s fleet of 162-seat A320s.
- Air Arabia Maroc recently commenced two new services between Morocco and France, starting on 29 March with Fez (FEZ) to Toulouse (TLS). The 1,210-kilometre sector will be flown twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Saturdays) facing no direct competition. The second route launched by Air Arabia Maroc commenced on 1 April between Marrakech (RAK) and Pau (PUF). The 1,468-kilometre link will operate weekly (Fridays) facing no incumbent carriers. Both of the carrier’s two new routes will be flown by its fleet of 162-seat A320s. Fez becomes the second destination to be served by the carrier from Toulouse, with it already operating twice-weekly flights to Casablanca. Pau becomes the fourth French airport that Air Arabia Maroc serves, with the carrier also operating from Toulouse as well as Lyon from Casablanca, and Montpellier from Casablanca, Fez, Marrakech, Nador and Tangier. Vote for Fez and Pau airports cakes in this week’s competition. Vote for Fez Airport’s FTWA in this week’s competition.