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Royal Air Maroc is the largest airline in Morocco and has its headquarters on the Casablanca-Anfa Airport located in the Moroccan city of Casablanca.

 

Commonly known as RAM, Royal Air Maroc is fully owned by the Government and the Mohammed V International Airport is its hub airport. Royal Air Maroc is a 4-star airline as measured by Skytrax.

 

Royal Air Maroc flies to many destinations worldwide, including Algiers, Oran, Vienna, Sao Paulo, Douala, Montreal, Praia, Malabo, Marseille, Montpellier, Nantes, Lyon, Lille, Bordeaux, Accra, Bissau, Bologna, Milan, Rome and many others.

 

Royal Air Maroc has codeshare agreements with many airlines including Air France, Brussels Airlines, Egyptair, Ethihad Airways, Iberia, JetBlue, Qatar Airways, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Turkish Airlines.

 


 

Frequent Flyer Program

 

Royal Air Maroc operates a frequent flyer program called Safar Flyer program designed to reward passengers for flying with Royal Air Maroc flights and partners.

 

Miles with Safar Flyer program can be converted into Premium plane tickets, upgrades to business class, excess baggage and change costs.

 

Miles with Safar Flyer program can be used with Iberia, Etihad and Qatar airlines as well as Europcar ad Sixt car rentals.

 

 

The future looks brighter than ever for Royal Air Maroc. Among other good news, Morocco and the EU have signed an open skies agreement in 2006, which means free passenger traffic among the african state and the EU countries. The amount of competitors and low cost carriers already operating in the EU has made it tough for Royal Air Maroc to put themselves out there, however their passenger traffic to and from the EU has increased exponentially ever since.

 


 

Baggage

 

Royal Air Maroc has a different baggage policy depending on the flight and fare chosen.

However, for flights on the RAM network excluding USA/ Canada, Brazil, Africa, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon, passengers in economy class are entitled to 1 piece of baggage checked of up to 23 kg and in Business Class, 2 pieces of baggage up to 23 kg each.

 

For flights to US, Canada, Africa, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon, passengers in economy are entitled to 2 pieces of baggage and 3 pieces for business class.

The International VIP Lounge at the Mohammed V Casablanca-Nouaceur Airport is available to passengers holding a Business Class ticket or Safar Flyer Gold, Ambassador or Silver Loyalty Card.

 

 

 


 

News

 

8th September 2017

 

Royal Air Maroc Launches Direct Flight Between Casablanca and Essaouira

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has announced new weekly flights between Essaouira and Casablanca, starting September 12.

The prices of the new flights are MAD 400 for the economic class (MAD 800 for a round-trip ticket) and MAD 800 for the business class (1600 MAD for round-trip).

According to the airline, the launch of the new route came to answer the needs of the business and the tourism sectors of Essaouira.

With the flight, the airline intends to contribute to the promotion of the tourism destination, known for its natural, historical, and cultural characteristics.

RAM’s general director explained that the opening of this new air route will contribute to the internal tourism of Morocco.

The head of RAM confirmed that the launch was made under the agreement signed between RAM and Marrakech-Safi region to enhance the airline’s internal network, which currently has 22 routes linking different cities of the kingdom.

 

The opening of this airline route is also part of RAM’s mission to be a key player in the promotion and the development of national tourism, as it will facilitate internal travel for Moroccans, especially those who do not who are unable to take trips by car.

The new connection will be flown by ATR72 aircraft with a capacity of 70 seats.

The flights are already available for sale on RAM’s website and sales offices, as well as the network of travel agencies.

 

7th August 2017

Royal Air Maroc Records Traffic Surge Over Last Weekend of July

Royal Air Maroc (RAM), the Moroccan national carrier, recorded a remarkable growth in air traffic during the last weekend of July (29-30)

The Moroccan airline carried approximately 57,739 passengers in 517 round-trip flights over the last weekend. The company said this growth was accelerated by the number of passengers who took off from Casablanca’s Mohammed VI airport: 42,726 passengers flew in 350 round-trip flights, representing 74 percent of the total traffic.

”Despite this record in traffic, the arrangements put in place and the continuous mobilization of Royal Air Maroc teams had helped to minimize the inconvenience caused by the strong pressure on the company’s resources,” said Abdelhamid Addou, Chairman and CEO of Royal Air Maroc.

“The airline’s teams have made great efforts to manage the flights, ensure a good punctuality rate and allow passengers to travel in the best possible conditions,” Addou added.

The statement explained that the company has strengthened its staff in stopovers to provide its passengers with special attention, assistance, and guidance.

 

20th July 2017

 

Royal Air Maroc to start daily flights to São Paulo

Moroccan airline, Royal Air Maroc, will start daily flights in the São Paulo-Casablanca route. The information was announced by Morocco’s ambassador in Brasília, Nabil Adghoghi. Currently, the frequency is four flights per week.

“It took forty years for the route New York-Casablanca to introduce daily flights. In only three years, the route São Paulo-Casablanca will have, in the next few weeks, a daily flight,” said the ambassador in the event organized by the Centre for Studies in Integration and Development (CINDES), by Morocco’s OCP Policy Center, by the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) and by the National Federation of Industry (CNI).

The daily flight will allow for a greater flow of passengers both ways and will foster opportunities in tourism, according to Rubens Hannun, the president of the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, who also took part in the panel. “With this, we will have more tourists both ways, which contributes to the promotion of information and knowledge between the two cultures,” he said.

 

Adghoghi said all these aspects are covered in Morocco’s diplomatic strategy regarding Brazil. He recalled that diplomatic ties between the two countries will be 60 years old next year, and stressed that Brazil is one of the markets that the African country pays the most attention to.

According to the ambassador, the Arab Brazilian Chamber is being very helpful economically speaking. As cases in point, he mentioned the Brazilian delegation that travelled to the International Agriculture Show in Meknès, Morocco (Siam) last April and the assistance given to Moroccan executives who attended the São Paulo Supermarket Association Trade Show (Apas Show) a month later.

In parallel, both governments are working to advance agreements such as the Agreement on Cooperation and Facilitation of Investments (ACFI) – which, according to Adghoghi, has been completed and pending only signing – and the end of double taxation of air and sea transportation. The ambassador also revealed that the Moroccan foreign minister should travel to Brazil in October or November to fast-track these deals and resume talks for the Mercosur-Morocco trade agreement, another key point to stronger bilateral ties.

“There is no way Morocco will turn its back on the Mercosur. Talks are moving forward, we are looking into the consequences. The foreign minister’s trip should kickstart technical negotiations leading to this bilateral agreement,” Adghoghi explained.

 

Sports-related partnerships are also in the plans: “The Brazilian Football Confederation will enter into an agreement with the Moroccan Football Federation. Football is an important sport, we want to improve our connections,” the ambassador explained.

Another speaker in the panel, professor Eduardo Viola of the Institute of International Relations at the University of Brasília reiterated that the two countries stand to gain from increased integration in tourism. “Morocco is a safe, friendly country with plenty of natural beauty and a strong culture. It has a strong potential as a destination for Brazilian travelers,” he said.

According to him, the two countries should also work together in developing renewable energy sources such as solar power. Sunlight is abundant in both the Brazilian and the Moroccan territories.

 

28th June 2017

 

Royal Air Maroc Launches Casablanca to Porto Flight

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On 25th June - Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM) launched a new flight route between Casablanca and Porto, Portugal

3 flights a week between Mohammed V airport in Casablanca and Francisco Sa-Carneiro airport in Porto, Portugal’s second largest city.

The new route will be taken by aboard a Boeing 737-700 or 800.

Flights will depart from Casablanca on Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 3:05 p.m., and will arrive in Porto at the local time of 4:45 p.m. Flights will return from Porto on the same days, leaving at 5:45 p.m. and arriving to Morocco at 7:20 p.m.

RAM’s regional director for Portugal, Adil Korchi, told MAP that given almost three tons of freight are available on each flight, the new journey is “quite a good opportunity for import and export companies” from each of the two countries.

Royal Air Maroc offered thrice weekly flights between Casablanca and Porto in December 2010, but this journey was abandoned at the end of the winter season.

 

5th June 2017

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) will offer ten flights to Dakhla a week, commencing September 2017.

The airline announced they would add a further two flights a week to the current number of eight, which has been in place since May 30.

Flights will take place on a Boeing 737-800, which has 160 seats, 12 of which are business class.

The company announced that from September, there will be 3,200 seats each week. The 2,960 seats flying economy each have a fixed price of MAD 1,000 one-way, whilst the 240 seats in business class will cost MAD 2,000 each.

 

 

In April 2017, Royal Air Maroc announced it will wet-lease a B737-400 from Slovakian ACMI/Charter specialist Air Explore this comming summer season. OM-DEX (msn 28867) would be based out of Tangiers for use on flights from both Tangiers and Oujda to Brussels National, Paris CDG, and Amsterdam. The aircraft will be returned to VX Capital Partners after the end of the RAM contract. In May 2017, Royal Air Maroc announced its plans to deploy Boeing 787-8 equipment to Istanbul Ataturk on 25 June 2017 and 01 July 2017. The airline currently operates daily Casablanca-Istanbul Ataturk service with 737-800 aircraft.

In June 2017, Royal Air Maroc (AT, Casablanca Int'l) has ordered one B767-300(ER) passenger-to-freighter conversion from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare). The two parties said in a statement the aircraft, once converted, will be used to boost the Moroccan carrier's cargo capacity thus enhancing Casablanca Int'l as an international freight hub. Royal Air Maroc currently operates four B767-300(ER)s alongside five B787-8s. In terms of freighters, its fleet currently consists of one B737-300(F) used primarily for flights between Morocco and Europe as well as other neighbouring North and West African states.

 

 

In June 2017, Royal Air Maroc annunced it was launching a new flight route between Casablanca and Porto, Portugal on 25th June. There will be three flights a week between Mohammed V airport in Casablanca and Francisco Sa-Carneiro airport in Porto, Portugal’s second largest city. The new route will be taken by aboard a Boeing 737-700 or 800. Flights will depart from Casablanca on Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 3:05 p.m., and will arrive in Porto at the local time of 4:45 p.m. Flights will return from Porto on the same days, leaving at 5:45 p.m. and arriving to Morocco at 7:20 p.m. Royal Air Maroc offered thrice weekly flights between Casablanca and Porto in December 2010, but this journey was abandoned at the end of the winter season.

In June 2017, Royal Air Maroc announced it was voted 6th best Airline in Africa by Skytrax. The Moroccan airways made Skytrax’s top ten list for the fourth consecutive year.
As a result, RAM’s career received an award at the Paris Air Show ceremony held by Skytrax. Royal Air Maroc is now ranked 97th out of the world’s top airlines. Ethiopian Airlines topped the list of the best airlines in Africa, with South African Airways coming second.

 

25th April 2017

Royal Air Maroc is planning to deploy Boeing 787-8 equipment to Istanbul Ataturk on 25 June 2017 and 01 July 2017. The airline currently operates daily services from Casablanca-Istanbul Ataturk with Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

 

13th April 2017

Royal Air Maroc is set to launch the fourth weekly flight on the Casablanca-Nairobi route in the last quarter of this year owing to the growing demand for flights between the 2 cities. The airline started with two flights per week on the route in March last year after the Kenyan and Moroccan governments signed a trade and tourism agreement. It later raised the frequency to 3 flights weekly.

Royal Air Maroc operates Boeing 767-300 aircraft carrying 236 passengers - between Kenya and Morocco.

Previously travellers to the North African country were forced to go through Dubai, Doha, Amsterdam or Paris, a longer and costlier journey.

 

10th April 2017

Royal Air Maroc announces flights from Manchester Airport have launched. Royal Air Maroc direct non-stop service from Manchester Airport - Casablanca has officially commenced from Tuesday 4th April. Passengers on the inaugural flight were given souvenirs and gifts by the Royal Air Maroc staff as they boarded the Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Manchester Airport has now become the 3rd UK airport and 1st airport outside of London, to operate flights with Royal Air Maroc.

The service will operate 3 x Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

 

4th April 2017

Royal Air Maroc add 2 additionally European cities to its network – Manchester and Naples. Both these cities will be linked to Casablanca 3 x weekly on its 737-800s. While flights on the 2,260-kilometre sector to Manchester will not face any direct competition, the 2,102-kilometre link to Naples will go head-to-head with Air Arabia Maroc which provides 3 x Weekly flights on its A320s

 

12th January 2017

Royal Air Maroc are planning to expand their services between Casablanca – New York, operating fomr 26th March 2017. This service will take place for the whole summer season and operate on a 14 weekly basis with a Boeing 787-8 aircraft.

 

28th December 2016

Royal Air Maroc opened reservation for 4 destinations in Summer 2017, including Bilbao and Manchester as well as resuming services to Naples and Porto.

 

3rd December 2016

Royal Air Maroc introduces its 5th Boeing 787 Dreamliner. It can accommodate 274 passengers in 2 classes: 18 in Business Class and 256 in Economy. Royal Air Maroc states that the new aircraft is equipped with the latest generation engine, offering optimal performance with reduced fuel consumption compared to the conventional long-haul aircrafts. Cabin seats are all equipped with state-of-the-art touch screens for in-flight entertainment and with a varied selection list of films, documentaries, games and music. Business Class members will be able to turn their seats into a totally ‘flat bed’.

 

 


 

 

 

 

Route Map 

 

 

Popular Routes

 

London    Casablanca

 

Accra   London

 

Marrakesh    Accra

 

Bordeaux   Casablanca

 

Bamako    London

 

Casablanca    Milan

 
 


The Fleet

 

Boeing 737-700

 

Boeing 767-300ER

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATR72-600

Embraer E-90 

 

 

 

 

 

Boeing 737-800

 Boeing 787-8

 

 

 

 

Mohammed V International Airport

HUB Airport

 

Mohammed V International Airport is the HUB for Royal Air Maroc, as well as it is for Jetairfly and Air Arabia Maroc. It is the busiest airport in the country and handles nearly 8 million passengers every year. It was named after King Mohammed the V of Morocco who passed away in 1961.

The airport serves as hub for Morocco's flag carrier Royal Air Maroc, Jetairfly, Air Arabia Maroc and RAM Express. The airport has two runaways. Other airlines which fly to and from Mohammed V International Airport include Afriqiyah Airways, Air Algerie, Air Arabia Maroc, Air France, easyJet, Emirates, Egyptair, Ethiad Airways, Iberia, Qatar Airways, TAP Portugal and Turkish Airlines. 

 

 

 


 

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Royal Air Maroc is the national airlne of Morrocco based in Casablanca and operates domestic, regional and long haul international flights.

Royal Air Maroc to Marrakesh

Royal Air MarocMarrakesh has become one of the most fasionable destinations over the last few years and is the home of this well established, professional airline. Operating across four continents, Royal Air Maroc has scheduled flights from many European capital cities as well as a large domestic network of flights. Whether you’re planning to climb Mt Toukbal or party in Pacha, Royal Air Maroc makes the alternatives passé. Royal Air Maroc has 50 years of experience and a reputation built on professionalism.

Offering a two class service (economy and executive) and with fares that compete favourably with the low cost carriers, Royal Air Maroc offers a better way to fly to North Africa

Destinations served by this huge airline include Abidjan, Accra, Agadir, Al Hoceima, Algier, Amsterdam, Atlanta, Bamako, Barcelona, Beirut, Bologna, Bordeaux, Brazaville, Brussels, Casablanca, Catania, Conakry, Cotonou, Dakar, Dakhla, Douala, Dubai, Dusseldorf, Errachidia, Essaouira, Fez, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, Jeddah, Laayoune, Las Palmas, Cairo, Libreville, Lille, Lisbon, Lome, London, Los Angeles, Lyon, Madrid, Malabo, Malaga, Marrakech, Marseille, Milan, Montpellier, Montreal, Munich, Nador, Nantes, New York City, Niamey, Nice, Nouakchott, Oran, Ouagadougou, Ouarzazate, Oujda, Paris, Rabat, Rome, Rotterdam, San Francisco, Seattle, Strasbourg, Tangier, Toulouse, Tripoli, Tunis, Turin, Valencia, Washington, Zurich

Royal Air Maroc have a mixed fleet of 41 aircraft plus brand new five Boeing 787 due for delivery in 2009/10 and has also placed a further order fo 8 more Boeing 737-800’s.

Royal Air Maroc - Flights in style

"Play it again, Sam," Casablanca and Marrakesh are current playgrounds for Europe’s jet set with a growing number of boutique hotels and night clubs (try "Pacha" in Marrakesh!) Fly in style with old fashioned service where you do not have to pay for your food and drink(s). Look out for special fares in the Executive Cabin where the extra space and a choice of in-flight meals accompanied by wine and champagne is definitely worth the extra.

 

 

 

 

 

Lastest News:

Royal Air Maroc to fly Dreamliner to Washington

Royal Air Maroc are set to launch a three times weekly round-trip service between the Moroccan city of Casablanca and Washington’s Dulles International Airport.

Mauritania Airlines Have Signed An Interline Deal with Royal Air Maroc

Mauritania Airlines Have Signed An Interline Deal with Royal Air Maroc   Mauritania Airlines and Royal Air Morocco (RAM) have signed an interline deal to allow passengers to travel on both Airlines services, confirmed on Thursday in Nouakchott.

Royal Air Maroc to fly Dreamliner to Washington

Royal Air Maroc are set to launch a three times weekly round-trip service between the Moroccan city of Casablanca and Washington’s Dulles International Airport.

 

Royal Air Maroc selected a five-year, TrueChoiceTM Overhaul agreement for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of the CF34-10E engines powering its four EMBRAER E190 aircraft. With this agreement, GE Aviation will be the service provider for all of Royal Air Maroc's GE engines.

 

"Royal Air Maroc and GE have developed a strong relationship, and this agreement demonstrates the airline's confidence in our service capabilities," said Jean Lydon-Rodgers, president and chief executive officer of GE Engine Services.

 

In addition to the CF34-powered E190s, Royal Air Maroc operates 37 CFM56-powered Boeing 737s, four CF6-80C2-powered Boeing 767s and one CF6-80C2-powered Boeing 747. In December, the airline received its fifth GEnx-powered Boing 787 Dreamliner.

 

Beyond engine and service support, GE Aviation and Royal Air Maroc are working together to advance the airline's innovation and digital strategies.

 

 

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