Royal Air Maroc leaves every day to Montreal
The Royal Air Maroc airline is relaunching a daily flight between Casablanca and Montreal on Friday, a line suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Since October 29, 2021, the Moroccan national airline flies every day between its base in Casablanca-Mohammed V and Montreal-Pierre Elliot Trudeau airport, in a Boeing 797-9 that can accommodate 26 passengers in Business class and 276 in Economy. Departures are scheduled in November at 5:20 p.m. to arrive at 8:50 p.m., return flights leaving Canada at 8:35 p.m. to land the next day at 9 a.m. (average flight time 6 hours).
Royal Air Maroc is in competition with Air Canada on this route, suspended on August 29.
The link between Casablanca and Montreal is a strategic route for the Oneworld alliance company, given the strong Moroccan community residing in Canada, but also the fact that Casablanca constitutes an important hub for a large part of the moving African community. to the rest of the continent. “The resumption of flights between the two destinations was therefore a highly anticipated event that will meet strong demand,” RAM said in its press release.
Travelers must comply with the new conditions imposed by Canadian authorities. They are invited to consult the Canadian Department of Transport website and the ArriveCAN platform to learn about the details of the regulatory and health conditions and procedures allowing access to Canadian territory.
The next long-haul destinations reinstated by Royal Air Maroc are Miami on December 12, Dubai on December 19 and Doha on December 24.