Royal Air Maroc Expands Its Wings, with three New Destinations 

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) is continuing its expansion with the opening of three new air routes from Casablanca, connecting the city to Naples, Manchester, and Abuja. This initiative is part of the airline’s development plan and aims to meet the growing demand of travelers and strengthen RAM’s position on the international market.

Starting June 22, 2024, passengers will be able to enjoy direct flights to Naples, Italy. Two frequencies per week (Monday and Saturday) will be available, offering a convenient alternative for business travelers and tourists. This new link will also strengthen economic and cultural ties between Morocco and Italy.

On June 23, a new route will be launched connecting Casablanca to Manchester, England. With three frequencies per week (Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday), this link will meet the strong demand from the Moroccan community established in the United Kingdom and will promote trade between the two countries.

On the same day, RAM will inaugurate a direct service to Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. This new route, operated three times a week (Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday), will allow the company to consolidate its presence in Africa and meet the needs of the African diaspora.

RAM’s CEO, Hamid Addou, stressed that the opening of these new routes is part of the airline’s development strategy. The aim is to serve promising markets, meet customer demand, and strengthen RAM’s position as a leader in air transport in Africa.

In addition to these new destinations, RAM continues to expand its network and improve its services. The airline offers flights to more than 100 destinations worldwide, with a modern and comfortable fleet.

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