With the new non-stop flights from Dusseldorf to Marrakesh, airberlin is enhancing its tourist offer to Morocco during winter 2014/15 and as such is the only airline to offer non-stop flights from Dusseldorf to the ‘Red City’ at the foot of the Atlas Mountains.
The non-stop flights to Marrakesh, which will be operated with an Airbus A320, will be starting as of 3rd November 2014 twice a week every Monday and Friday. Connecting flights are available from Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich.
In addition, as of the 2014 winter season, airberlin will be offering an additional flight per week from Dusseldorf to the popular seaside resort of Agadir. NIKI, the Austrian subsidiary of the airberlin group, will also be starting new routes from Vienna to Agadir as of next winter. Thanks to feeder flights from all over Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the connections to Morocco will be dovetailed into the airberlin group’s route network
Marrakesh is known as the ‘Pearl of the South’. Jemaa el-Fnaa Square with its jugglers and snake charmers, the old town with its souks and the city gardens are some of the most significant sights in the provincial capital, also increasingly popular as a short break destination. Additionally, the port town of Agadir on the Atlantic is the perfect destination for a holiday by the sea due to its beautiful beaches and all-year-round mild climate.
Tickets to Morocco can now be booked online at airberlin.com, via the airberlin Service Center on 030 / 3434 3434 (local rates apply) or through a travel agent.
airberlin is one of the leading airlines in Europe and flies to 147 destinations worldwide. The second largest airline in Germany carried more than 31.5 million passengers in 2013. airberlin offers a global route network through its strategic partnership with Etihad Airways, which has a 29.21% share in airberlin, and through membership of the oneworld® airline alliance. The airline with the award-winning service operates codeshare flights worldwide with 16 airlines. The fleet has an average age of five years and is among the most modern and eco-efficient in Europe.