Ryanair invests one million dollars in Morocco

Ryanair requests a runway in Morocco. The Irish airline, one of the largest in Europe thanks to its low-cost plane tickets, It will operate more than 1,100 weekly flights on 175 routes from summer 2024. within the country, which will result in an investment of 1.297 million euros in aircraft.

As reported this Wednesday by Michael O’Leary’s company, the operations of the low cost comes accompanied by ultra-low fares on eleven national routes Moroccans. In total, Ryanair will offer more than 5 million places in Morocco to or from the Maghreb country and, now, Morocco.

An amount that contrasts, for example, with the price that will be paid for Ryanair tickets to fly to the Canary Islands by 2024, once the sustainability policies imposed from Brussels include, for example, the outermost regions of Europe. now be more expensive in some cases.

Due to these new taxes, Elena Cabrera, country manager of the Ryanair airline for Spain and Portugal, emphasizes that “the paradox in this case is that from now on it will cost you less to travel from Dublin to Morocco than to Dublin to the Canary Islands. since “these taxes concern intra-European flights”.

Fourth Moroccan goal

Furthermore, Ryanair will open its fourth Moroccan base, with two new aircraft based in Tangier (an investment of $200 million), as well as the airline’s first flights to Beni-Mellal and Errachidia airports.

Ryanair’s investment in Morocco creates more than 500 direct jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers, as well as thousands of support jobs in the tourism sector. In addition, it generates economic growth in 12 cities, such as Rabat, Marrakech, Fez, Agadir, Tangier, Ouarzazate and Essaouira.

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