Royal air Maroc (RAM) announced the launch of 11 new routes within the kingdom and to major European cities in order to cope with the strong demand this summer. In all, 1,400 additional flights have been scheduled.
The Moroccan airline is strengthening its offer to meet the strong demand this summer. RAM has just announced on her Twitter account the launch, at the beginning of July, of 11 new direct lines connecting Moroccan cities and major European metropolises. In detail, 1,400 additional flights with a capacity of more than 220,000 seats are made available.
The Casablanca-Naples (round trip) link will be launched on July 6. Other lines such as Tangier-Lyon, Nador-Eindhoven, and 7 new lines from Fez to Amsterdam, Brussels, Lyon, Toulouse, Montpellier, Bordeaux and Marseille, are also planned.
RAM is also announcing the strengthening of the Fez-Paris, Tangier-Paris, Tangier-Amsterdam, Tangier-Brussels, Nador-Dusseldorf and Nador-Frankfurt lines, as well as the strengthening of flight schedules from Oujda to Paris (21 frequencies per week), in Brussels (6 frequencies per week) and in Marseille (4 frequencies per week).