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A new airline in Morocco, Air Oasis, is set to enhance passengers’ travel options. Air Oasis will establish its central headquarters at Dakhla Airport, strategically positioning itself to offer domestic flight services within Morocco and connections to various European countries, Wego reports.

This move aims to tap into the medium-haul market, providing short—and medium-haul flights tailored to the needs of local travelers and tourists exploring Morocco. Moreover, Air Oasis is a collaborative venture between the Moroccan group Al Mada and the Spanish group Globalia.

Air Oasis plans to operate a fleet with a capacity of no more than 180 seats. Among the aircraft models under consideration are the Embraer 195-E2, Embraer 190-E2, and Embraer ERJ-145, as well as the Airbus A220 and A320, ensuring a blend of efficiency and comfort for passengers.

The Moroccan air transport market has witnessed substantial growth in recent years, driven by Morocco’s rising popularity as a tourist destination, the significant presence of Moroccans residing in Europe, and the potential of hosting the FIFA World Cup in 2030. Air Oasis aims to capitalize on this dynamic market, contributing to its further expansion and providing travelers with new, convenient travel options.

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