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Royal Air Maroc exits Nairobi route

Morocco’s National Carrier Royal Air Maroc has suspended its flights to Nairobi beginning March 2nd this year.

In a statement, the airline said the decision is informed by the need to reposition Royal Air Maroc in view of the current air travel preferential trends derived from latest air travel market intelligence.

“We look forward to returning to the East African market in the fullness of time and in a more vibrant and assertive manner once our reorganization program is fully in place” said Othman Baba airlines country manager.

“At this juncture, we wish to register our outmost gratitude for the opportunity we have had to connect passengers from JKIA through Casablanca Hub over 90 destinations across the world”.

The exit comes at a time when most African airlines are expanding their forays into major routes across the continent.

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