Articles Tagged ‘Air Arabia Maroc’

Tampa Airport wins Cake of the Week W18/19 public vote Part I; pick your winner from the 21 cakes in Part II - voting extended

Tampa Airport wins Cake of the Week W18/19 public vote Part I; pick your winner from the 21 cakes in Part II – voting extended

With Tampa Airport tasting success in Part I for the cake it commissioned for Swoop’s first flight from Hamilton, it is now time for Part II of the W18/19 public vote. With another 21 entries this week, which will be your choice for Cake of the Week?

Air Arabia Maroc breezes into Birmingham

Air Arabia Maroc breezes into Birmingham

Air Arabia Maroc launches a direct connection from Agadir to Birmingham.

Air Arabia Maroc starts six new services, including four domestic links

Air Arabia Maroc starts six new services, including four domestic links

Air Arabia Maroc launches six new routes at the start of W18/19 including two links to Dakhla.


Moroccan traffic up 13% during H1 2018; passed 20 million passengers for the first time last year; four new airlines this summer

Moroccan traffic up 13% during H1 2018; passed 20 million passengers for the first time last year; four new airlines this summer

During H1 2018, Moroccan airports handled just under 10.36 million passengers, up from 9.25 million during the same period of 2017. Jonathan Ford investigates the sudden surge in passenger growth from Africa’s third largest aviation market, including which airlines and airports are reaping the benefits.

Cologne Bonn celebrates yet another Cake of the Week victory

Cologne Bonn celebrates yet another Cake of the Week victory

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Copenhagen Airport welcomed Air Arabia Maroc’s new Agadir service, while Aberdeen gets a royal seal of approval. More news also from Eurowings which has taken network planning to the next level by letting the customer decide its next destination, while Volotea confirms Milan Bergamo expansion.   

Air Arabia Maroc adds to Agadir base

Air Arabia Maroc adds to Agadir base

Air Arabia Maroc now links Agadir to Dublin, Stockholm Arlanda and Toulouse. 


Air Arabia Maroc opens Agadir base

Air Arabia Maroc opens Agadir base

Air Arabia Maroc bases one A320 in Agadir and opens initial routes to Cologne Bonn, Copenhagen, Manchester and Munich.

18 airports battle for Arch of Triumph Week 23; 200-FTWA barrier burst through

18 airports battle for Arch of Triumph Week 23; 200-FTWA barrier burst through

This is a landmark edition of the 2017 Arch of Triumph battle, as we pass the 200-FTWA barrier in the 23rd week of the annual competition. With a massive 18 entries this week, including four from Blue Air and three each from Norwegian and Air Arabia Maroc, its no surprise we’ve had a busy week […]

Air Arabia Maroc expands from Fez

Air Arabia Maroc expands from Fez

Air Arabia Maroc opens eight new routes from Fez – includes carrier’s first domestic route.  


Fez Airport on track for one million passengers in 2017; Air Arabia Maroc expands network significantly taking advantage of new terminal

Fez Airport on track for one million passengers in 2017; Air Arabia Maroc expands network significantly taking advantage of new terminal

Morocco’s fourth busiest airport looks set for a record-breaking year. The airport is a base for Ryanair, its largest customer. We look at historic traffic growth, the airport’s seasonality profile and leading country markets.

Air Arabia Maroc commences Catania from Casablanca

Air Arabia Maroc commences Catania from Casablanca

Air Arabia Maroc begins a twice-weekly service to its sixth Italian destination from Casablanca.

Air Arabia Maroc is Morocco's third largest carrier with 6.7% of seat capacity; Casablanca remains #1; four new airports join network

Air Arabia Maroc is Morocco’s third largest carrier with 6.7% of seat capacity; Casablanca remains #1; four new airports join network

Air Arabia Maroc sits behind Royal Air Maroc and Ryanair as the third largest airline in Morocco this winter. During the past year, four new airports have joined the airline’s network, while seat capacity has grown 18%. We take a closer look at the development of the seven-year-old airline.