Royal Air Maroc: a key player in the history of aviation, throughout Africa and beyond
Over 60 years ago, two airlines – Air Atlas and Air Maroc – merged to form Royal Air Maroc. Today, with a modern fleet of 56 aircraft, Royal Air Maroc continues to grow from strength to strength, with a network of 97 destinations across 4 continents.
Bringing Africa closer
From the very outset, the airline has sought to bring Africa closer to the rest of the world. The national airline launched the Casablanca-Dakar service back in 1957. With a strategic hub in Casablanca, Royal Air Maroc continues to strengthen its ties with the African continent, connecting travellers from all corners of the globe.
Six decades on, Royal Air Maroc is the leading carrier to Africa, with 33 direct destinations from Casablanca (from April 2019, Abuja will be the 34th destination). The company’s extensive network to Africa offers same day through connections from London to Lagos, Accra, Freetown, Monrovia and many more.
As the national airline of Morocco, Royal Air Maroc continues to develop its presence in the UK. Flights are available from London to Rabat and, as of last last year, there are now three weekly direct services from Manchester to Casablanca and a daily flight departing from Heathrow.
Today the airline offers access to an extensive network through code-share partnerships with JetBlue and Qatar Airways amongst others.
Royal Air Maroc is looking forward to embarking on a new era of future development, integrating the very latest innovations with cutting-edge technology.
The airline enjoys continued success, winning The Best Regional Airline to Africa award for four years running (2014 to 2017) at the annual Skytrax world airline award – a fitting tribute to their achievement and dedication.
Royal Air Maroc has also been awarded the 4-star rating for the quality of its onboard product and staff service.
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