The Spanish airline Air Europa is back in Morocco. It announced on Wednesday the resumption of the Madrid-Marrakech link, with two flights a week between its base in Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez and Marrakech-Menara airport (Sunday and Thursday).
In a press release, Air Europa explains that the reopening of this line is part of the growth plan activated by the company, which plans to adapt the activity to market needs and demand and to gradually regain a full operation.
According to Air Europa, this connection, which began to operate in 2017, has always been efficient before the appearance of the pandemic linked to Covid-19, saying it is convinced that it will continue to be so.
Air Europa is offering more than 32,500 seats to North Africa this year and expects an average occupancy rate of around 75% in the coming months.