By Chief Assignment Editor
Continuing to develop its solid route network, Cologne Bonn Airport has welcomed its fifth connection to Morocco, its latest link operated by Air Arabia Maroc. Celebrating the inaugural flight of the low-cost carrier’s (LCC) twice-weekly service to Agadir on 2 October, the German gateway now offers over 600 weekly seats to Morocco.
Commenting at the launch, Michael Garvens, Chairman of the Management Board stated: “This is the sixth year we have worked with Air Arabia Maroc here at Cologne Bonn. We are very pleased that our airline partner has expanded its route network and is now offering our passenger an additional service to an exciting Moroccan city.”
Utilising its fleet of A320s, Air Arabia Maroc connects Cologne Bonn to Agadir for the first time, the new service to the southern coast of Morocco complementing the LCC’s existing link to Nador. While joining the airport’s Moroccan operations, the additional service considerably boosts Cologne Bonn’s links to North Africa, becoming the gateway’s ninth direct route to the region.