Dlimi Airlines, a new airline that is preparing to take off in Morocco
The Moroccan company Dlimi Airlines plans to launch its operations in Dakhla during the summer season with two Embraer 195-E2 aircraft. His name is Hamza Dlimi and he claims to be the founder of Dlimi Airlines. A Moroccan airline which has just applied to the air transport supervisory authority for its carrier certificate in order to be able to carry out commercial passenger transport operations.
Dlimi Airlines, which plans to launch its operations by the end of the summer in Dakhla with two Embraer 195-E2 aircraft. According to our colleagues from the Air Journal electronic site, this young company’s request was made to the Moroccan Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) for the launch of operations at Dakhla airport with, in the long term, flights inland to Casablanca, Marrakech, Agadir and Laayoune.
However, foreign destinations have not been forgotten since Dlimi Airlines intends to land its aircraft on the tarmac of the airports of Paris, Marseille and Las Palmas in Europe, but also Dakar, Nouakchott and Nouadhibou in West Africa. The company which intends to bet on nautical tourism, in particular kitesurfing, in order to attract interested customers to the Kingdom.
Regarding the two aircraft that currently make up the Dlimi Airlines fleet, they would have been leased according to Hamza Dlimi. It should be noted that Royal Air Maroc holds the majority of market shares at Dakhla airport, ahead of Binter Canarias. Transavia France offers a seasonal connection from Paris; just as Air Arabia Maroc is also present there. It should be noted that the Office National Des Aéroports has already planned an extension of Dakhla airport, which could then accommodate more than one million passengers per year.