Direct flights to Malta and Agadir coming soon to Nice Côte d’Azur Airport

EasyJet is expanding its list of exciting destinations that can be reached from Nice Côte d’Azur Airport with two new direct connections to Malta and Morocco’s Agadir. Here are all the details, including ticket prices. 

It has been announced that, for the first time ever, Nice Côte d’Azur Airport will be offering direct flights to both Malta and Agadir in 2024 thanks to the opening of new routes by easyJet. 

The destinations join a host of other popular tourist hotspots, such as Alicante and Malaga in Spain and Kefalonia in Greece, to be added to Nice Airport’s growing roster of international connections in recent weeks.

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The Mediterranean archipelago of Malta, nestled between North Africa and Sicily, has long been a crossroads for culture, trade and, more recently, tourism. Cities such as Valletta and Mdina will give history buffs and culture seekers a thrill while the island of Gozo and towns like Mellieha offer sun, sea and sand for those more inclined to beach pursuits.  

Starting 27th June, easyJet will be flying from the Riviera to Malta International Airport on Thursdays and Sundays until 1st September, with ticket prices starting from as low as €39.  


Seated between the Atlas mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir is a gem that boasts the biggest souk in the country, the Souk el-Had, as well as a beautifully restored medina, golden beaches and some of the best beginner surf spots on the coast. A lower key – and usually cooler – alternative to its busier cousins of Casablanca and Marrakech, it is a place well worth checking out.  

From 3rd September to 26th October, travellers can make the journey to Agadir every Tuesday and Saturday from just €39 one-way.  

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