Air Europa Opens Five Routes to Morocco

In the spring, Air Europa will launch new routes between Palma de Mallorca and Casablanca, Marrakech and Nador, and Malaga to Casablanca and Marrakech.

From June 27 to 5 September 2020, the Spanish private airline will offer an Airline-route flight every Saturday from its base in Palma de Mallorca-Son Sant Joan to Casablanca-Mohammed V airport, operated by Boeing 737-800 with a capacity of 12 passengers in Business class and 168 in Economy.

Departures are scheduled at 00h45 (arrival at 1h55), with return from Morocco at 2h45 (arrival at 5h40). Air Europa will be unrivalled on this route, as on the one connecting Palma de Mallorca to Marrakech-Menara on Tuesday and Sunday from June 27 to 6 September: 737-800 will take off at 0h45 (arrival at 2h05), and will return from Morocco at 2h45 (arrival at 6h05). Finally, Air Europa will connect the island of the Balearic Islands to Nador on Friday June 26 to 4 September, with take-off from 737-800 at 1:00 am (arrival at 1:30 am) and return from Morocco at 2:45 am (arrival at 5:10 am; it faces the low cost Air Arabia Maroc on this route.

The SkyTeam alliance airline already offers 18 routes in Palma de Mallorca, including only one international route, to Paris-Orly.

At Malaga-Costa del Sol airport, Air Europa will offer two weekly flights to Casablanca from June 23 to 6 September: a 737-800 will depart on Tuesday and Sunday at 1.15 am (arrival at 1.25 am), and will leave Mohammed V airport at 2.40 am (arrival at 4.50 am). It will face Royal Air Maroc on this road.

Finally, from 26 June to 7 September, Malaga will be connected to Marrakech on Monday and Friday, with departures in 737-800 at 1.15 am (arrival at 1.40 am) and return from Morocco at 2.30 am (arrival at 4.50 am); this time it will compete with the low cost Vueling. These two new services will bring the number of routes offered by the Spanish airline in Malaga to 17, including one to Paris-CDG and one to Tel Aviv, which will be launched in April.

Air Europa already serves Casablanca and Marrakech from its capital Madrid to Morocco.

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