Ryanair scales back on Moroccan presence

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Ryanair has cancelled 34 weekly services in Morocco, citing higher charges levied by the country's airports authority, ONDA.

The carrier will withdraw the following four times weekly services as of 1 October - Nador-Girona, Nador-Madrid, Oujda-Marseille, Oujda-Brussels Charleroi and Fez-London Stansted.

It will also cancel the Marrakesh-Valencia flights, which are operated six times weekly.

Additionally, Ryanair is reducing frequencies on several other routes, also effective 1 October.

Its Tangier-Madrid route becomes four times weekly, while both Fez-Brussels Charleroi and Marrakech-London Luton will be scaled back to twice weekly services.