Transavia Transavia’s flight program is back on track in Morocco with the reopening of the borders.

After many months of closure, Morocco is once again accessible to business travelers since February 7. This reopening was particularly awaited, especially by the French market, which should see the Franco-Moroccan route record XXL demand. Transavia intends to adjust its flight schedule accordingly. The company is even increasing its offer by 40% compared to 2019. This summer, nearly 600,000 seats will be available on this route, on a total of 20 routes. Morocco will then be the second most important market for Transavia

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We are in the starting blocks to boost the long-awaited recovery of this historic and key destination for our company

We are very pleased with the resumption of flights to Morocco. More than 130 additional flights have already been added between February 7 and 17,” said Nicolas Hénin, Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing for Transavia France. ” We were able to share with our partners at the ONMT our very high objectives for Morocco this summer, with strong growth in seats. We are in the starting blocks to boost the long-awaited recovery of this historic and key destination for our airline

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Five French airports are involved in this relaunch: Paris-Orly, Nantes-Atlantique, Lyon-Saint-Exupéry, Montpellier-Méditerranée and Bastia. Transavia will fly to a total of ten Moroccan destinations, namely Agadir, Marrakech, Essaouira, Casablanca, Rabat, Fez, Tangier, Nador, Oujda and Ouarzazate.

The regulatory context has even pushed the airline to review its schedule and bring forward some reopenings of lines. This is particularly the case for the Lyon-Casablanca flight, which was due to return on May 1, and which will finally resume service on February 12.

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Transavia’s schedule in Morocco:

Paris-Orly:
– Agadir: up to 3 flights per day
– Casablanca: up to 2 flights per day
– Essaouira: up to 5 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday)
– Fez: up to 5 flights per week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday)
– Oujda: up to 3 flights per day
– Marrakech: up to 4 flights per day
– Rabat: up to 4 flights per week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday)
– Tangiers: up to 5 flights per week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday)
– Nador: up to 2 flights per week (Monday and Saturday)

Nantes-Atlantique
– Fez (from May 3): up to 1 flight per week (Tuesday)
– Oujda (from May 3): up to 1 flight per week (Tuesday)
– Agadir: up to 2 flights per week (Tuesday and Sunday)
– Casablanca: up to 2 flights per week (Wednesday and Saturday)
– Marrakech: up to 5 flights per week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)

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Lyon Saint-Exupéry
– Agadir: up to 3 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday)
– Casablanca: up to 2 flights per week (Wednesday and Sunday)
– Oujda: up to 2 flights per week (Wednesday and Saturday)
– Marrakech: up to 4 flights per week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday)

Montpellier-Méditerranée
– Marrakech: up to 2 flights per week (Tuesday and Friday)

Bastia
– Fez: up to 1 flight per week (Wednesday)