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Launch of new Amsterdam-Casablanca route on 3rd August 2009

AVIAREPS and Air Arabia (Maroc) sign GSA agreement for German market

AVIAREPS and Air Arabia (Maroc) have recently signed a GSA agreement for the German market effective from 1 July 2009. The leading international representation company will handle all future sales, marketing and ticketing activities for the reputable low-cost carrier out of its headquarters based in Munich.

Air Arabia (Maroc)’s first flight out of the Netherlands to Casablanca (Morocco) will take off from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport on 3 August 2009. This route will initially be operated three times a week (Monday, Thursday and Saturday). On 24 August 2009, a fourth frequency – on Tuesday – will be added to this connection. Air Arabia will be deploying brand new Airbus A320s in one class configuration for these flights from/to the Netherlands. Ticket reservations can be made by phoning the German call centre on +49 89 552 533-45 or by making the booking online at

Air Arabia (Maroc), a joint venture company and member of the Air Arabia Group, is Morocco’s new low-cost carrier based at Mohamed V Airport, Casablanca. ?The airline was launched on 29 April 2009 and currently operates direct flights from its base in Casablanca to seven European cities: Milan, Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Brussels, London and Barcelona.

Air Arabia (Maroc) focuses on offering customers comfort, reliability and value-for-money air travel from and to the Moroccan city of Casablanca. The carrier operates a fleet of three brand-new Airbus A320 aircraft offering its passengers the best economy configuration with 31-inch seat pitch, the highest of any economy cabin on the market.

Through Air Arabia’s main base at Sharjah International Airport, UAE, and its new hub at Mohamed V Airport in Casablanca, following the launch of Air Arabia (Maroc) customers now have the opportunity to benefit from real value-for-money air travel across the Middle East, North Africa, the Indian subcontinent, CIS and Europe.