Birmingham Airport, Solihull has partnered with the airline Air Arabia Moroc and is now welcoming passengers to use their services for the first time. The airline is Morocco’s biggest cheap budget carrier, to it existing 50 other partnerships.
To mark the opening of the new contract, Air Arabia Moroc has launched its first no-stop service from Birmingham to Agadir, the prominent Moroccan city in the continent of Africa. To celebrate the event, both Birmingham and Moroc airline hostesses, attendants and cabin crew gathered together to congratulate each other and offer their hospitalities.
The flight will be operating on Tuesdays and Fridays and is most likely to be scheduled before mid-day on both occasions. The service will mean more convenient and regular travel, at a more convenient rate to and from the destinations for both UK and foreign passengers.
EAdel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer of Air Arabia, said: “We are pleased to link Birmingham to our base in Agadir with direct weekly flights. Birmingham is the latest city to join Air Arabia Maroc’s ever growing destination network in the United Kingdom and Europe offering customer a wider choice for affordable air travel.”
Tom Screen, Birmingham Airport’s Acting Aviation Director, released the following statement: “We are really pleased to welcome Air Arabia Maroc to Birmingham Airport. This new service to Agadir will be popular with holiday makers seeking sun and great beaches anytime of the year.”
“Agadir is a gem on Morocco’s coastline with spacious streets, palm-lined boulevards and stunning beaches and so it makes a great addition to the choice of destinations from our Midlands airport” he also added.
The new partnership is allowing access to one of many new weekly routes for sun-seekers in Britain during the course of chilly winter. Other flights being added to Birmingham Airport include travel to Morocco and Marsa Alam, Hurghada, and Egypt overall.
By Manisha Bhanot.