Royal Air Maroc (RAM), in collaboration with the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT), will be offering 15 new lines from Marrakech, Agadir and Dakhla on December 15 to 10 European metropolises, indicates a joint press release from the two structures.
In detail, these are France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium and the United Kingdom. In all, some 150,255 seats will be added over the next five months, from December 15, 2020, for these new lines and to strengthen the frequencies of the Marrakech-Paris line.
The national airline has launched eight direct air routes to link Marrakech to London, Brussels, Madrid, Milan, Lyon, Marseille and Bordeaux. The ocher city will also be connected to the capital of the United Kingdom at the rate of 4 frequencies per week. As regards Brussels, Madrid and Milan, they will be served by three weekly flights for each air link.
As for the lines connecting Marrakech to the four French cities, they will be operated at the rate of 2 frequencies per week. Royal Air Maroc intends to strengthen the frequencies of its Marrakech-Paris air route, to increase to ten frequencies per week instead of four. Four new direct air routes connecting Agadir to London, Brussels, Manchester and Lyon are also planned at the rate of two frequencies per week for each link.
In addition, the company announced for the first time this week the Dakhla-Paris link with two frequencies per week. For the ONMT, this route was selected to “involve the national company in this tourist niche and provide international visitors to Dakhla and the Morocco experience as soon as they board in Paris”.