The airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM) launched, this Friday, June 18, a new link Dakhla-Paris, with a frequency of two flights per week.
“RAM’s first flight left Paris-Orly on Friday at 9.25am (local time). It should land at 2:25 p.m. at the VIL airport in Dakhla,” the airline said in a statement, adding that the flight is the first international airline connecting Dakhla to a metropolis on the European continent (with the exception of the Dakhla Las Palmas de Gran Canaria line).
“Some 80 passengers boarded the national airline’s Boeing 737-800 for this inaugural flight lasting less than 4 hours and a half,” said Royal Air Maroc, stressing that one to two frequencies per week will be launched in first, Tuesdays and Fridays, for a gradual increase in programming according to demand.
“This new tourist route was initiated in close collaboration with the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT). It will strengthen the strategic economic positioning of the region of Dakhla Oued Eddahab, while helping to accelerate the revival of the tourism sector in a destination which is experiencing remarkable growth,” concludes the company.