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Transavia resumes flights to Morocco

Almost three months after the opening of its base at Montpellier-Mediterranee airport, due to Covid-19, the Air France subsidiary specializing in cheap flights, Transavia, has been offering two flights since July 16, 2020. per week to Tunis-Carthage, operated by Boeing 737-800 with 189 seats. While waiting for the reopening of …

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Royal Air Maroc programs 125 flights

As announced a few days ago, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) began its special flight program on Wednesday. The first flight was launched from Mohammed V Airport in Casablanca to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. On board this first inaugural flight, there were Moroccans living abroad, foreigners residing in Morocco, …

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RAM postpones resumption of international flights

After announcing the resumption of its scheduled international flights, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has further revised its plan to resume scheduled flights. Pending the lifting of border restrictions scheduled for August 10, the international service of the airline could relaunch these flights from August 11. Despite this change planned by …

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RAM launches special flight program

The day after the announcement of the partial reopening of the borders on July 15, the RAM announces this Thursday 9, the launch of a special program of flights to a limited number of destinations traditionally served by the company. Ticket marketing will begin at the end of the week. …

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RAM announces resumption of international flights

The Royal Air Maroc (RAM) airline will once again operate its international flights from Saturday July 11. According to the flight schedule, the airline will serve several destinations: Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, ​​Frankfurt, London, Milan, Rome, Venice and even Washington. Similarly, the airline will operate the Casablanca-Tunis and Casablanca-Algiers routes at …

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RAM reduces its workforce and its planes

The top management of the RAM gathered the staff representatives yesterday to present to them the tracks envisaged for the exit from the crisis which generates losses of the order of MAD 50 million per day for the national company. It is about the implementation of a draconian restructuring plan. …

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British Airways to resume flights to Morocco

British Airways unveiled this Thursday, July 2, a plan to resume flights to several destinations. Throughout this month, the British company “will resume flights to more destinations on its network, although it offers fewer frequencies due to lower demand and the impact of global quarantine restrictions”. Thus, flights to Marrakech …

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