Transavia – Paris-Dahkla air bridge canceled following publication of the CJEU’s decision

The cancellation of the Transavia Paris-Dahkla connection was announced today, the reasons for the cancellation were not published on the company’s online page but it can be verified that the last flight is on the 22 March 2018.

According to the Moroccan online newspaper Le Desk “Polisario has canceled the Paris-Dakhla line operated by Transavia”, the Spanish news agency EFE has another title “The first airway that linked the Saharawi city of Dakhla with Paris failed” and refers to the explanation of Tourisma Post (a moroccan site) “The flight, which opened in October, thanks to the efforts of the Moroccan National Tourism Office, has not been profitable since it opened in the off-season months (October to March).

Following the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union of December 2016, the Polisario Front sued on 25 October 2017 Transavia, a low-cost Dutch airline owned by Air France-KLM, due to the flight inaugurated in October 2017 linking Paris-Orly to Dakhla, a city located in the occupied territories of Western Sahara, a territory under military occupation by Morocco since 1975 and over which it has no legitimacy or sovereignty. Read more

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