24 September 2012
Air Arabia Maroc, the leading low cost carrier of Morocco celebrates three successful years of operations between Morocco and the Netherlands.
Round-trip flights operate twice weekly between Tangier International Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, twice per week between Nador International Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands and also twice per week between Casablanca International Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
Flights depart from Nador on Thursdays, and Sundays. Return flights depart Amsterdam on the same days. Flights from Tangier are scheduled every Thursday and Sunday with return flights departing Amsterdam on the same days. Finally, flights from Casablanca depart on Wednesdays and Saturdays with return flights schedules also on the same days.
«Over the past three years, Air Arabia Maroc flights between Morocco and Amsterdam offered a great deal of added-value to travelers between Morocco and the Netherlands” explains Adel Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia. “This service became a preferred choice of travel among the large Moroccan community residing in the Netherlands, allowing thousands of customers to receive their families more often and to frequently visit their country of origin».
Located in the west of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is the economic mainstay of the country, and one of the most European leading tourist attractions. Called the Venice of the North, Amsterdam receives millions of visitors attracted by the city’s museums, parks and nature reserves every year.
Air Arabia Maroc fleet consists of the popular Airbus A320 aircraft, the world’s best selling commercial jetliner ever, offering Air Arabia Maroc passengers the best economy configuration in the market with a 32” seat pitch.
Air Arabia Maroc now serves 11 cities in Europe and offers customers comfort, reliability, and value for money air travel from and into Morocco.