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Air Arabia Maroc service connects Birmingham with Agadir

Posted 12 July 2018 · Add Comment

Air Arabia Maroc has announced the launch of a twice weekly scheduled service from Birmingham to the Moroccan city of Agadir starting 1 October 2018.

The new service will commence this winter and will operate on Tuesdays and Fridays as follows:

Birmingham to Agadir
Tuesday     Departure 20h40 – Arrival 00h35
Friday         Departure 12h10 – Arrival 16h05

Agadir to Birmingham
Tuesday     Departure 15h55   - Arrival 19h50
Friday         Departure 07h25 – Arrival 11h20


Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer of Air Arabia, said: “We are pleased to link Birmingham to our base in Agadir with direct weekly flights. Birmingham is the latest city to join Air Arabia Maroc's ever growing destination network in the United Kingdom and Europe offering customer a wider choice for affordable air travel.”

Tom Screen, Birmingham Airport’s Acting Aviation Director, said: “We are really pleased to welcome Air Arabia Maroc to Birmingham Airport. This new service to Agadir will be popular with holiday makers seeking sun and great beaches anytime of the year.

“Agadir is a gem on Morocco's coastline with spacious streets, palm-lined boulevards and stunning beaches and so it makes a great addition to the choice of destinations from our Midlands airport.”

Air Arabia Maroc, which was established in April 2009, is Morocco’s largest low-cost carrier and part of the Air Arabia Group. It currently operates flights to 53 European routes from six cities in Morocco: Casablanca, Fez, Tangier, Marrakech, Nador and Agadir.

Agadir is a major touristic city in Morocco known for its pleasant climate and a 10-kilometer long seafront offering visitors an unforgettable experience.

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