The company said that the four new routes are Marrakech-Eindhoven, Tangier-Paris Orly, Oujda-Lyon and Dakhla-Paris. The new flights will enable the airline to uplift 1.3 million passengers to and from Morocco in 2017.
Transavia’s Commercial manager Hervé Kosar said that Morocco is the biggest market for Transavia. Therefore, the company is keen to reinforce its flights to the Kingdom.
He added that the new route to Dakhla in Morocco’s southern provinces was opened following an agreement with Morocco’s tourism promotion office (ONMT). Flights to Dakhla will start operating next October, he said.
Kosar explained that the four-hour flight to Dakhla will be a busy winter destination.
Transavia is a Dutch low-cost airline and a wholly owned subsidiary of KLM and therefore part of the Air France-KLM group. Its main base is Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and it has further bases at Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Munich Airport and Eindhoven Airport.