Air Arabia Maroc connects Dublin to Agadir with twice-weekly service
October 12, 2017: Air Arabia Maroc has launched new twice-weekly service between Dublin and Moroccan city of Agadir. Dublin Airport welcomes the launch of the low-cost carrier Air Arabia flight to Agadir.
October 12, 2017: Air Arabia Maroc has launched new twice-weekly service between Dublin and Moroccan city of Agadir. Dublin Airport welcomed the launch of the low-cost carrier Air Arabia flight to Agadir; the new service will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
On the occasion of the new service, Dublin Airport managing director Vincent Harrison said, “We are delighted to welcome Air Arabia Maroc to Dublin Airport and to Ireland. Agadir is an exciting cultural as well as a great winter sun destination with lots to offer. The new scheduled service provides further choice and flexibility for passengers.”
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 48 European routes from five cities in Morocco: Casablanca, Fez, Tangier, Marrakech and Nador. Its new Agadir base will have flights to seven European cities including Dublin.
The new Air Arabia Maroc route to Agadir is one of 14 new services being launched at Dublin Airport this year.
More than 20 million passengers have travelled through Dublin Airport in the first eight months of the year, which is a 6 percent increase on the same period in 2016. Dublin Airport welcomed 1.2 million additional passengers between January and August.
Dublin Airport has direct flights to more than 185 destinations in 41 countries operated by a total of 47 airlines.
Photo: Attending the launch of Air Arabia Maroc’s new Dublin to Agadir route is Dublin Airport, Airline business development manager, Brian Gallagher; cabin crew Chaemae Elouzane, Air Arabia Maroc Leisure sales manager Europe, Mairead Ryan; Pilot Adil Noufissou and Dublin Airport, chief communications officer, Paul O’Kane