RYANAIR will open its base in Agadir (Morocco) and will fly to 25 destinations, 16 of which will be new!
Starting with the winter season 2021-2022, RYANAIR will open its base in Agadir (Morocco) and will launch flights to 25 destinations. According to the announcement made by the largest low-cost airline in Europe, two planes will be allocated and 16 new routes will be inaugurated. Among the new destinations served in Agadir we find: Bologna, Brussels, Rome, Dublin, Paris, Porto, Toulouse.
Thus, in the winter season 2021-2022, RYANAIR will operate 55 weekly flights from Agadir to 25 destinations, of which 16 are new, from 7 European countries. With the allocation of the two aircraft, RYANAIR will generate 60 new direct jobs, plus many more indirectly.
Eddie Wilson, CEO of Ryanair, said:We are delighted to open our new base in Agadir, which represents a $ 200 million investment in Agadir Airport, the third Moroccan base. We have enjoyed an excellent partnership with this airport since our first flight, operated in 2008, and we are very happy to continue to grow in the region after 13 years of success.
With 25 destinations this winter, including 16 new routes, our passengers will be pampered with the sunniest holiday destinations such as Seville, Alicante, Naples.
As Morocco has the most effective vaccination campaign in Africa, we want to continue to support Morocco's economic recovery as well as regional and international connectivity and position Agadir as a top winter destination with beautiful hotels, restaurants and more. "