Royal Air Maroc reinstates flights to Munich and Sao Paulo Guarulhos
Royal Air Maroc, which in the previous week grew its offering to the Spanish market, resumed two services, both operated from its main base at Casablanca (CMN). With the longest sector being the 7,390-kilometre service to Sao Paulo Guarulhos (GRU) in Brazil, and the shortest being the 2,320-kilometre route to Munich (MUC), the national airline of Morocco faces no direct competition on either of the two new services. The largest Brazilian city was last served 21 years ago, but on 9 December the carrier restarted operations with thrice-weekly flights operated by its 236-seat 767-300s. Royal Air Maroc’s fifth service to Germany resumed on 7 December, and will be operated twice-weekly (Tuesday and Saturday), utilising a mixed fleet of 126-seat 737-700s and 171-seat 737-800s.