Air Arabia Maroc
|Commenced operations||May 2009|
|Operating bases||Mohammed V International Airport|
|Parent company||Air Arabia|
|Headquarters||Mohammed V International Airport
Nouaceur Province, Morocco
|Key people||Amin Alhaimy, Chief Operating Officer|
Air Arabia Maroc (Arabic: العربية للطيران المغرب) is a Moroccan low-cost airline, setup as a joint venture between various Moroccan investors and Air Arabia. Its head office is located in the Arrivals Terminal of Mohammed V International Airport in Nouaceur Province, Morocco in Greater Casablanca. It was launched in April 2009 , and started operations in May the same year. Radiating from Casablanca, the first destinations served were Brussels, London, Marseille, Milan and Paris.
Air Arabia Maroc was founded as a partnership between Air Arabia, Regional Air Lines and Ithmaar Bank. The low-cost carrier was officially launched on 29 April 2009, and started operations on 6 May the same year, with its maiden flight serving the Casablanca–London Stansted route. In July the same year, Jason Bitter —former CEO of SkyEurope— was appointed Air Arabia Maroc's CEO.
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