Air France to Double Marrakech-Paris Flights to Meet Passenger Demand


Rabat – Air France has announced it will double its flights between Marrakech and Paris to meet customer demand.

The company announced that it will offer 13 flights per week instead of seven from March 31 to October 26.

In a press release, the company said that it “supports the development of tourism in Morocco and meets the needs of economic operators.”

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The schedules, according to the company, “have been studied to offer a great flexibility to its customers to Paris and more than 1,000 destinations in the world.”

Marrakech is one of the most popular destinations in Morocco for international tourists.

In the first 11 months of 2018, 2.4 million tourists flocked to the ochre city.

Marrakech attracted increasing numbers of tourists from January to November of 2018 compared to the same period in 2017. Tourist arrivals from France were up 14%, up 25% from Germany, and up 52% from Spain. But Marrakech attracted even more dramatic increases in tourists from China and Eastern Europe, rising 100 to 300%.

Last month, the world’s leading travel website TripAdvisor ranked Marrakech in its Top 10 Travelers’ Choice Destinations.