Dlimi Airlines is a proposed airline in Morocco planning to launch in summer 2022. The airline is planning to operate out of Dakhla Airport using a fleet of Embraer E195-E2. As of February 2022, Dlimi Airlines has applied for their carrier certificate and is waiting for approval.
Their planned destinations include domestic Moroccan destinations and West Africa and Europe.
As of February 2022, Dlimi Airlines hasn't announced the airports that they'd be flying to. However, they're planning to fly to 5 countries including destinations in Morocco, West Africa and Europe.
|Gran Canaria||Las palmas|
Dlimi Airlines hasn't announced their carry-on baggage allowance.
As a general rule, your carry-on baggage must fit within the overhead locker or under the seat and it must not exceed the airline's permitted weight.
Prohibited items aren't allowed on the airline, this includes any fluid exceeding 100ml. If the airport security found any prohibited items in the carry-on baggage, then the item would be seized.
Dlimi Airlines hasn't announced their checked baggage allowance.
Checked baggage must not weigh over 32kg (70lbs) as it's against the international health and safety regulations. Any oversized baggage will not be accepted as checked baggage
Online check-in information has yet to become available for the airline.
If online check-in is available, you're advised to check-in online prior to arriving at the airport.
Depending on the airline, you may be able to obtain your boarding pass once online check-in has been completed.
Airport check-in information has yet to become available for the airline.
At Alternative Airlines, we advise that you arrive at the airport 2 hours before for domestic flights and 3 hours before the scheduled departure time for international flights.
Leaving plenty of time for the airport will reduce the chances of late check-in. Please be aware that checking in late for your flight may result in a loss of ticket.
Frequent Flyer Programme isn't currently available for Dlimi Airlines.
Dlimi Airlines isn't part of any airline alliances.
They're looking to launch with a fleet of Embraer E195-E2 aircraft.
Dakhla Airport (VIL) is an international airport located in Moroccan Sahara. It's also known as Dajla and ad-Dakhla. It's operated by the Moroccan government and used by the Royal Moroccan Air Force as well as by commercial airlines.
The airlines that are flying to the airport include Air Arabia Maroc, Binter Canarias, Royal Air Maroc and Transavia.