Ryanair, a company specialized in low-cost air travel, has reached an agreement with the Moroccan government to connect several cities internally with direct domestic flights at acceptable prices.
In this context, eleven flights will be launched from June next year that will connect Moroccan cities via medium-sized aircraft belonging to Ryanair’s fleet.
These flights will provide air transport between nine Moroccan cities: Agadir, Errachidia, Essaouira, Fez, Marrakech, Ouarzazate, Oujda, Tangier and Tetouan.
Prices for pre-booked flights start at 272 Dirham, according to prices on the company’s website, which is continuously updated throughout the day.
The president and CEO of the new Irish airline previously confirmed that the average price of flights between Moroccan cities is around 330 Dirham.
This price would encourage thousands of Moroccan travelers to choose flights to travel to Morocco as an acceptable competitive price, which would undoubtedly create great demand for the national airlines Ryanair, as summer reservations have now started for flights to the nine above mentioned cities.