Binter resumes direct flight between the Canary Islands and Fez in Morocco

With the restart of this route with Fez, which will connect the Canary Islands with the third largest city in Morocco, Binter is launching its largest programme of flights to Morocco.

The Canary Islands’ airline company Binter has announced the resumption of direct international flights between the Canary Islands and Fez, Morocco. This marks the full deployment of their summer schedule, offering over 650,000 seats on more than 45 routes, covering more than 30 destinations.

During the summer season, Binter will connect the Canary Islands with several Moroccan cities, including Essaouira, Tangier, and Fez, along with Ibiza. Additionally, direct flights will be available between Madeira and the airports of Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, and Tenerife Sur, as stated in the airline’s official statement.

Throughout the peak period of the season, the company plans to operate an average of 257 daily flights on 63 air routes, serving both the Canary Islands and foreign destinations.

Binter remains committed to enhancing air connectivity in the Canary Islands and solidifying its offering of direct flights to national and international locations.

For the year 2023, Binter has put more than 78,000 seats on sale, comprising up to 36 weekly flights covering 11 routes and eight destinations in North Africa, closely linked to the Canary Islands. These destinations include Fez, Marrakech, Agadir, Guelmim, El Aaiún, Dakhla, Tangiers, and Essaouira.

Customers can already book these flights through various channels, such as the Binter website (, the Binter app, phone reservations at 922/928 32 77 00, travel agencies, and airport offices. All necessary information about destinations, conditions, and prices can be easily accessed through these channels.

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