“Since the reopening of the borders and the resumption of traffic during the 2022 summer season, Royal Air Maroc is gradually strengthening its flight program. From the end of October, the company will launch two new routes (Paris CDG-Marrakech and Seville-Tangier-Casablanca) and will reopen three routes suspended since the health crisis of Covid 19 (Tenerife, Porto and Luanda from Casablanca),” the company says in a statement.
Strengthening its position on tourist routes and as a major player in the sector, Royal Air Maroc will link, from October 31, Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to Marrakech at a rate of three frequencies per week (Monday, Thursday and Saturday), the same source adds.
A new air route linking Casablanca and Tangier to Seville will meet the demand of Spanish and Moroccan tourists as well as Moroccans living in Spain. Offered on days and times adapted to these customers, the line will operate, from December 4, every Friday and Sunday.
In addition, Royal Air Maroc will also reopen three routes suspended since the Covid 19 health crisis.
The company will restore the direct air routes from Casablanca to Porto, Tenerife and Luanda which will be launched from December 9.
Royal Air Maroc will resume the Casablanca-Tenerife route with two frequencies per week (Thursday and Saturday).
RAM will also re-establish, starting from December 9, 2022, the Casablanca-Porto route with two frequencies per week (Monday and Friday).
As part of the strengthening of the positioning of Casablanca as an African hub, Royal Air Maroc will reopen the direct line Casablanca-Luanda from December 9.