Air Arabia (Maroc) inks deal with German group
Munich, July 17, 2009
Air Arabia (Maroc), a joint venture between Sharjah-based Air Arabia and Moroccan carrier Regional Air Lines, has announced the signing of a sales agreement with Munich-based Aviareps to cater to the German market.
Air Arabia (Maroc) currently operates direct flights from its base in Casablanca to seven European cities: Milan, Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Brussels, London and Barcelona.
As per the agreement, Aviareps, a leading international company, will handle all future sales, marketing and ticketing activities for the Sharjah-based carrier out of its headquarters in Munich.
Air Arabia (Maroc)’s first flight out of the Netherlands to Casablanca (Morocco) will take off from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport on August 3. This route will initially be operated three times a week (Monday, Thursday and Saturday), Aviareps said in a statement.
On August 24, a fourth frequency - on Tuesday - will be added to this connection. Air Arabia will be deploying brand new Airbus A320s in one class configuration for these flights from/to the Netherlands, it said.
Air Arabia (Maroc) focuses on offering customers comfort, reliability and value-for-money air travel from and to the Moroccan city of Casablanca.
The carrier operates a fleet of three brand-new Airbus A320 aircraft offering its passengers the best economy configuration with 31-inch seat pitch, the highest of any economy cabin on the market.
Through Air Arabia’s main base at Sharjah International Airport, UAE, and its new hub at Mohamed V Airport in Casablanca, following the launch of Air Arabia (Maroc) customers now have the opportunity to benefit from real value-for-money air travel across the Mena, the Indian subcontinent and CIS.-TradeArabia News Service
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