The Belgian airline TUI fly Belgium will launch four new B737-700/-800 routes from France to Morocco: from Casablanca to Paris CDG, Montpellier and Lille, and from Nador to Lille all in summer 2019.
Among them, thus, Montpellier-Casablanca, operated on Thursdays and Saturdays, from June 8th.
TUI fly continues to expand its network in France. As early as next June, it will link the airports of Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Lille and Montpellier to the Moroccan cities of Casablanca and Nador. For Montpellier, it is to the economic capital of Morocco that the link will be created, on Thursdays and Saturdays from June 8 to October 26, 2019. The pricing, associated with the quality of services, is extremely attractive: from € 49.99 one-way, including 10kg of hand luggage (*), seat allocated by default.
On Saturdays, flights will be operated by Boeing 737-700 and on Thursdays by Boeing 737-800. “This launch represents good news for the Moroccan community living in Montpellier and the region, as well as for French tourists from the South of France wishing to fly to Morocco,” says the company, “TUI fly continues its growth in France and proves that its offer satisfies its customers thanks to a fleet of the latest generation of aircraft, to a quality service and attractive prices“.
For Emmanuel Brehmer, CEO of the Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport, “This new service rejoices us on two counts. Firstly because this magnificent company is a good complement to the existing offer between Montpellier and Casablanca. Secondly, because we are welcoming TUI fly for the first time as a scheduled airline operator.”
In France, the airline is active on 19 airports and serves 6 Moroccan cities: Casablanca, Rabat, Agadir, Marrakech, Oujda and, from next summer, Nador.