Royal Air Maroc will open next autumn a new base in Rabat. The company will position a second Boeing 737-800 aircraft seating 160 to launch four new routes. As of October 26, the national carrier will connect the capital of the Kingdom to Brussels, Madrid, London and Marseilles. Each route will be operated with three weekly frequencies.
Rabat flights between London and Madrid will be operated every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. While the flights linking the capital Brussels and Marseilles will be scheduled every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
These new services will offer a complementary product to the offer proposed by the company on its hub in Casablanca. They also meet the needs of the Rabat customers who will benefit from a quality product compared to the offer of competition in this destination.
These new routes reinforce the historical route Rabat-Paris Orly operated by Royal Air Maroc at the rate of twelve weekly frequencies in summer and nine in winter.
Casablanca August 11, 2015