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    Royal Air Maroc to Resume Direct Flights Between Casablanca-Doha

    The announcement comes a few months ahead of the World Cup.

    09 Sep 2022

    Rabat - Morocco’s national carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) announced that it will again resume its Casablanca-Doha direct flights on September 12.

    The direct flights will be operational after more than two years of suspension due to the global COVID-19 health crisis that started in March 2020.

    Royal Air Maroc said in a press release on Thursday that the flights will operate once a day.

    Departures from Mohammed VI airport in Casablanca will depart at 14:45 p.m.. while flights to Casablanca will depart Doha at 2:15 a.m.

    The 7:25 hour long non-stop flights will be operated in partnership with Qatar Airways, using Boeing 787-9 planes with a capacity of 302 seats, Royal Air Maroc said.

    RAM CEO Hamid Addou expressed his satisfaction with the resumption of direct flights, emphasizing that the partnership with Qatar Airways is “strategic.”

    Addou added that this partnership will make it possible to “provide passengers with more connections both to Asian destinations served very smoothly by our partner Qatar Airways, and to African destinations of our national company.”

    The company recalled that the resumption of flights between the two destinations comes a few months ahead of the international football tournament, the FIFA World Cup, which is set to take place in Qatar in November.

    Royal Air Maroc aspires to see its flights playing the role of “transporting national football team supporters to facilitate their travel, as well as fans of this sport in Africa.”


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