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More Than 51.000 seats to fly to Marrakech and Tunis this year

We have some news for you! Air Europa restarts its operations in North Africa and does so with a wide range of seats. Air Europa is now widening its range of destinations on the african continent. What you must know: From Madrid-Barajas Airport, two weekly frequencies to Marrakech and Tunis from 21 and 27 March, respectively. ➡️ Air Europa’s role in North Africa will be further enhanced this year by the recent codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways. Thanks to this, the airline’s customers will be able to fly to Nairobi from Madrid on a connecting flight from Amsterdam.

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We have some news for you! Air Europa restarts its operations in North Africa and does so with a wide range of seats.

Air Europa is now widening its range of destinations on the african continent.

What you must know:

  • The routes to Marrakech and Tunis will be operational until the end of October.

  • In the case of the Tunisian capital, the number of flights will be increased in June with an additional frequency.

  • This year you will have in all, more than 22.400 seats to Morocco and more than 28.600 to Tunisia.

  • Flights to the Moroccan capital began in 2017, while those connecting Madrid with Tunisia launched in 2019.

  • Air Europa will operate both routes with its Boeing 737 fleet. This single-aisle model represents the most efficient way to cover short and medium-haul routes.

From Madrid-Barajas Airport, two weekly frequencies to Marrakech and Tunis from 21 and 27 March, respectively.

➡️ Air Europa’s role in North Africa will be further enhanced this year by the recent codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways. Thanks to this, the airline’s customers will be able to fly to Nairobi from Madrid on a connecting flight from Amsterdam.