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New Air France routes to Marrakech

Posted 21 December 2016 · Add Comment

As from 26 March 2017, Air France customers will be able to fly off to Marrakech (Morocco) on board three new weekly flights operated on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle by Airbus A320.

This summer, Air France will offer up to 48 weekly flights to 3 destinations in Morocco.

Starting from the 2017 summer season, Air France will be offering customers 3 weekly flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Marrakech (Morocco).

Air France-KLM in Morocco
During the 2017 summer season, Air France-KLM will offer up to 125 weekly flights to 7 destinations in Morocco -
- Agadir operated by Transavia on departure from Paris-Orly (10)*, Lyon (2)* and Amsterdam-Schiphol (2)*; 
- Casablanca operated by Air France on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (27)* and by Transavia on departure from Paris-Orly (3)* and Amsterdam-Schiphol (4)* ;
- Essaouira and Fez operated by Transavia on departure from Paris-Orly (4 and 7 respectively)* ;
- Marrakech operated by Air France on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (3)* and by Transavia on departure from Paris-Orly (16)*, Nantes (5)*, Lyon (3)*, Amsterdam-Schiphol (6)* and Munich (2)* ;
- Oujda operated by Transavia on departure from Paris-Orly (11)* and Lyon (2)* ;
- Rabat operated by Air France on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (18)*.
 
*Weekly flight frequency.
 
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