Royal Air Maroc offers more than ten million seats in summer
Royal Air Maroc has announced its intention to offer more than 6.2 million seats to eighty destinations during the summer season. The kingdom’s airline aims to increase its capacity by 15% compared to the pre-Covid period, the aim of which is to meet the growing demand for travel to and from Morocco.
RAM will operate a total of 902 weekly flights to popular tourist destinations in Europe such as Paris, Barcelona, Lisbon and Rome. This decision is part of the company’s efforts to expand its network and meet the needs of its customers.
The Maghreb company also introduced new routes this summer, including flights from Casablanca to Beijing, which is the first direct flight between Morocco and China. In addition, it will also provide flights to Boston and Miami in the United States, which will be the first direct flights between Morocco and these two destinations.
The new offer proposed by RAM also includes the sale of five hundred thousand seats to destinations in North America and up to two hundred thousand seats on its routes serving countries in the Middle East.
According to Abdelhamid Addou, CEO of Royal Air Maroc, the carrier from the North African country is committed to providing its customers with a high quality travel experience. “We are investing heavily in our fleet, products and services to ensure our customers have an exceptional travel experience,” he said.
Royal Air Maroc has been transformed in recent years, notably by adding new aircraft to its fleet and integrating new technologies to improve its services. The company has also expanded its partnerships with other air transport players to offer its customers a wider range of destinations and travel options.