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Air Maroc

Royal Air Maroc is the national carrier of Morocco and the largest airlines in the country. It is fully owned by the government of Morocco. Royal Air Maroc was founded in 1953 upon the merger of two airlines. In the beginning, it operated as Compagnie Cherifienne des Transports Aeriens to receive its current name on June 28th, 1957. That was when the Moroccan carrier started offering international flights – first to Paris and Madrid. At present, Royal Air Maroc serves numerous airports in Africa, Asia, Europe, and both Americas, and occasionally provides charter services. It has already signed codeshare agreements with 10 airlines to build up a wide network of flight connections. Royal Air Maroc has its headquarters in Casablanca.

Luggage

Royal Air Maroc allows passengers to take a cabin bag on board. It should always meet the size and weight restrictions specified by the airlines. They may vary depending on the booking class and the destination.

There are also specific dimensions and weight limits for the checked-in baggage. They depend on the booking class and the route too.

Travel Classes

Royal Air Maroc passengers can choose between Economy and Business travel classes. The former is the cheapest one and offers a basic standard whereas the Business class provides more comfort and pleasure as well as peace and quiet. Passengers are given their own spacious cabins with leather seats that extend into a fully flat bed and feature massage function. They are provided with a blanket and pillow, a set of toiletries and access to the changing room. Business class passengers can also relax at the VIP lounge at the Casablanca Airport.

Fleet

Royal Air Maroc fleet consists of 53 aircraft including ATR 72-600, Boeing 737-700, B737-800, B747-400, B767-300ER, B737-300F, and Embraer E190.

Online check-in

Online check-in is available from 48 to 2 hours prior to the scheduled departure time.

Casablanca Airport

An international airport in Casablanca is located 30 kilometers south of the city center. It’s the largest airport in Morocco. It was named after Muhammad V – Sultan and King of Morocco. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes at the airport as well as duty-free shops and a shopping mall. At the arrivals, you find several car rental offices. Mohammed V International Airport offers passengers free wireless Internet access.

In-flight Meals

Royal Air Maroc serves complimentary in-flight meals during medium and long-haul flights (longer than 2 hours). They are dished out on fine porcelain china and the menu is changed regularly.

On long-haul flights, economy class passengers are offered two meals – lunch or dinner with starters as well as a dessert of the day and hot tea or coffee at the end of the meal. Hot and cold drinks are served at any time throughout the flight. A wide selection of Moroccan and French wines and various alcoholic beverages are also available to passengers. 

All business class travelers are offered an aperitif before their meal. They can choose the main dish (served with a salad) from three suggestions of the day and enjoy a selection of cheese, pastries, and fresh fruit. Passengers with special dietary requirements will be provided custom-made meals. Food is accompanied by Moroccan and French wines and other alcoholic and soft drinks. Tea, coffee, and cocktails are served at the end of the meal.

Additional Services

On board of Royal Air Maroc aircraft Business class passengers can enjoy video-on-demand with over 45 different programs, offering current and classic Hollywood movies, documentaries, and TV series. In addition, they can browse through 150 albums of diverse music, including Andalusian, Moroccan, classical, and jazz compositions as well as video games soundtracks. There is also a wide selection of newspapers and magazines available on board.

Business class travelers will find USB ports and electrical outlets to charge their phones, notebooks, and computers. Thanks to the GeoVision they can get the information about the current flight or do some shopping in a duty-free onboard boutique. There is also a frequent flyer program called Flying Blue available to Business class passengers.