Royal Air Maroc: 2 international novelties this summer

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The airline company Royal Air Morocco now connects Nador To Madrid and will throw a line between Oujda To Dusseldorfas part of a summer program that promises to be “exceptional”.

Since June 26 and until August 28, 2023, the Moroccan national company operates a flight every Monday between Nador and the airport of Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez, operated by Boeing 737-800 that can accommodate 12 passengers in Business class and 147 in Economy. Departures are scheduled according to Aeroroutes on Monday at 11:50 am to arrive at 2:25 pm, the “return” flights leaving Spain at 10:15 am to land at 10:50 am.

Royal Air Maroc competes with Air Arabia Maroc, Iberia and Ryanair on this route, in addition to those to Madrid from Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier.

The alliance company Oneworldnamed by skytrax second best company in Africa in 2023, will also relaunch from July 7 to September 1, 2023 two weekly rotations between Oujda-Angads and the airport of Dusseldorf, an axis not proposed since October 1999 according to the same source. The RAM 737-800s will take off Wednesday and Friday at 7:00 am to arrive at 11:20 am, and will leave Germany at 12:20 pm to land at 2:35 pm.

No competition this time for Royal Air Maroc, which already lands in the German city from Nador, and also serves Frankfurt.

The Moroccan company has put in place for the summer of 2023 an offer of 6.2 million seats in more than 90 destinations across four continents. This increase in the summer offer follows the restoration of almost all the routes that had been suspended during the health crisis, and the opening of new lines in 2022 such as Tel Aviv, Dubai, Seville, Porto… At the start of its summer program at the end of March, Royal Air Maroc had covered “nearly 95% of its 2019 network”, before the Covid-19 pandemic.

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