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Air Arabia Maroc launches direct flights from Frankfurt to Marrakesh

Air Arabia Maroc, the region’s leading low cost carrier, today announced the launch of direct flights between Frankfurt and Marrakesh, in-line with the airline’s continues network expansion strategy within Europe. In the past five months, Air Arabia Maroc has launched 6 new destinations between Europe and Morocco: Flights to one of the most iconic cities in Morocco will launch on October 25, 2015, with two flights a week. Flights depart Frankfurt every Tuesday and Thursday at 19:30 and arrive in Marrakesh at 22:25.

Return flights are on the same days where flights depart Marrakesh at 13:40 and arrive in Frankfurt at 18:40. Known as the “Pearl of the South,” Marrakesh is a city whose legendary souks, colors and fragrances captivate millions of tourists each year from all around the world.

This renowned city was built at the foot of the Atlas Mountain in 1071 and offers a unique a face of the Moroccan civilization throughout the centuries. “The launch of flights between Frankfurt and Marrakesh offers our German passengers a unique blend of ethnic and cultural activities allowing them to discover the magnificence of this distinctive Moroccan city. Value for money fares will allow passengers to fly directly across the two cities. This new route further emphasizes Air Arabia Maroc’s commitment to expanding its network for tourism, business and leisure destinations across Europe and Africa”, said Adel Ali, Air Arabia Group CEO.

Now in its sixth year of operations, Air Arabia Maroc has earned the trust of millions of passengers through its offers of comfortable and reliable air travel from and into Morocco. The company offers its passengers a 32” seat pitch, the best economy configuration in the market. Air Arabia Maroc fleet consists of four new Airbus A320s, the world’s best-selling commercial jetliner, making it the newest fleet in the market.

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