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Cologne Bonn adds third Moroccan link

Posted 10 April 2017 · Add Comment

Cologne Bonn Airport will add Agadir to its network.

Air Arabia Maroc’s twice-weekly service will commence on 1 October.  The German airport will establish its third connection to Morocco as the service joins existing links to Nador and Marrakech.   

Michael Garvens, chairman of the Management Board, Cologne Bonn Airport, commented on the new service: “We are delighted to be able to offer our passengers an additional attractive destination in Morocco with Agadir. Anyone who wants to feel the sun again when autumn begins in Cologne, can utilise Air Arabia Maroc‘s low-fare, non-stop connection to North Africa.”

 

 

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