A week after resuming its domestic flights, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) announced the reinforcement, from July 06, of its offer by increasing the number of frequencies and destinations served.
The flight program now includes nine regular connections and the newly restored destinations are as follows: four routes from and to Casablanca in this case Tétouan, Al Hoceima and Ouarzazate (2 frequencies per week) and Errachidia (3 frequencies per week) as well that the link connecting Tetouan to Al Hoceima at the rate of two frequencies per week, said on Wednesday a press release from the RAM.
The company will also increase its offer on three of the four lines relaunched since June 25, adds the press release noting that the Casablanca-Dakhla and Casablanca-Laâyoune links will go to 5 frequencies per week instead of 3 and the Casablanca-Agadir line will be reinforced by a fourth frequency per week. In addition, and in accordance with the recommendations of public authorities and international standards, Royal Air Maroc has implemented health security measures to guarantee the health and safety of its customers and staff, the press release underlines.
To this end, the Group would like to point out that the wearing of a mask is compulsory on all of its flights and that only handbags and bags for children and computers are allowed on board as cabin baggage. Royal Air Maroc also recalls that its services carry out, among other things, regular disinfection of aircraft and all spaces used by passengers from check-in to boarding. Similarly, health security measures are extremely respected during the boarding operation such as respecting the distance in the boarding area, in transfer buses and in stepladders and walkways, the same source said.
The flights are available for sale on the website of the National Company www.royalairmaroc.com, via its call centers as well as in its commercial agencies and on the network of travel agencies, the statement said.
Being mobilized to adapt the program in real time according to demand, the RAM indicates that it is expected to evolve gradually, concludes the press release.