The airline will fly to Ibiza, Fuerteventura and Zagreb in the summer of 2021, as well as Djerba and Monastir, in Tunisia, and Oujda, in Morocco. This comes at a time when a restructuring plan is being prepared. According to a statement from the carrier, the new routes for next summer are part of the “connection network strategy” between Europe, the Americas and Africa, with the company “taking advantage of seasonal expansion opportunities to plan and optimise its destination network”.