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 the rate of seven weekly flights despite the closure of air traffic by the Algerian authorities.
RAM has also reduced the frequency of most of its new flights. For example, the weekly frequency has been reduced from 51 flights to 28 for Casablanca-Paris-Orly, and from 14 flights to 7 for Rabat-Paris-Orly. The frequency reduction could last until August 31.
These international flights have been scheduled subject to the reopening of air traffic by the Moroccan authorities, which could take place in mid-July.