Ryanair reveals date of resumption of flights between Nador and Madrid
Ryanair recently announced the resumption of flights to Madrid from its Nador-Al Aaroui hub. This is good news for travelers, as the route was discontinued more than two years ago due to the pandemic.
Ryanair’s low-cost airline model could make travel between the two cities more affordable than before and potentially attract more travelers to the region. Passengers can travel inexpensively on the Nador-Madrid Barajas Adolfo Suarez line on which the Irish low-cost carrier operates twice a week using its 189-seat Boeing 737-800, with two scheduled departures each week: Tuesday at 9:10 p.m. and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. This flight lasts three hours and twenty five minutes.
Ryanair, which will officially relaunch its flights on this route from March 28, will be challenged by Air Arabia Maroc, announcing in turn the resumption of its flights between the two destinations at the end of March 2023, in addition to Iberia which will arrive on this international line. in June.
By resuming its flights to Madrid, the number of destinations served by Ryanair from Nador will increase to ten, namely: Marseillet, Toulouse and Paris-Beauvais in France, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga and Barcelona in Spain, Düsseldorf-Weeze and Frankfurt-Hahn in Germany and Charleroi in Belgium.