The Moroccan National Tourism Office (ONMT) aims to promote tourist activities in Agadir, following the signing of three new agreements with major German partners, on the sidelines of the ITB Berlin show.
In this regard, the Moroccan National Tourism Office (ONMT) reported that its Director General, Adel El Fakir, signed a partnership agreement with the Sales and Partnerships Director at Condor, Christian Lesjak, extending from October 10, 2023, to April 30, 2024, foreseeing the creation of four new flight connections from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, and Hamburg to Agadir at two intervals per week.
Condor Flugdienst GmbH is a German airline offering scheduled flights. It focuses on the market of scheduled leisure flights, provides medium and long-haul flights from Germany, and operates charter flights. The company is currently committed to investing further in Morocco during the upcoming seasons.
El Fakir also signed an agreement with the Managing Director of Alltours, Georg Welbers, covering the summer 2023 and winter 2023/24 seasons, under which the tour operator is committed to increasing Morocco’s programming with a target of 10 thousand customers from Germany.
Alltours is the fourth largest tour operator in Germany, with 1.7 million tourists in 2019. Alltours recognizes Morocco as a highly important destination and aims to expand considerably during the next few years.
The 3rd agreement was signed by El Fakir and the Head of Sales, Distribution & Digital at Eurowings, Michael Erfert, and the Head of Touristic Offer Management at Eurowings, Heiko Brix, extending over the summer season 2023 and the winter season 2023/24. This agreement aims to create 4 new flight connections from Düsseldorf to Agadir and Marrakech on a weekly basis.
Eurowings GmbH is a low-cost airline affiliated with the Lufthansa Group and thus part of the world’s largest aviation group. With a current fleet of 139 aircraft, Eurowings focuses on direct low-cost flights in Europe.
The German airline currently covers over 100 destinations in more than 50 countries, making it the third largest carrier point-to-point in Europe.