Air Canada relaunches its Montreal-Casablanca flight
Air Canada officially resumes flights to Casablanca. The Canadian company even plans to strengthen its flights to Moroccan airport Mohammed-V by offering six weekly frequencies.
After an absence that lasted nearly three years due to the pandemic, Air Canada can fly again to the white city of the kingdom. And for this, it operates an A330-300 model aircraft configured in three cabins with a total transport capacity of 297 seats, offering daily round departures at 7:10 p.m. This long-haul flight lasts twelve hours and five minutes.
Air Canada is not the only one to operate on this route, on which also operates the national company Royal Air Maroc, offering regular flights all year round between the two destinations.
For airline ticket reservations, passengers can go to the website of the airline of the North American country, or contact its customer service, or go to its agencies.