On 26 July, Royal Air Maroc landed at Montpellier Airport from Casablanca. The new airport pair will be operated thrice-weekly.
- Royal Air Maroc, which in the previous week added its ninth route to Paris Orly, expanded its Casablanca (CMN) European offering during the course of last week with the addition of two new routes, both of which are operated by its 114-seat 737-700s and 159-seat 737-800s. Firstly, on 23 July, the airline reinstated operations on the 1,930-kilometre sector to Paris CDG (CDG), which will be served daily. This route, that was last served in December 2011, is already flown by Air France (four times daily flights), easyJet (daily flights) and Mauritanian Airlines (thrice-weekly flights). Secondly, on 26 July, the national carrier of Morocco added thrice-weekly operations to Montpellier (MPL), a route already served by Air Arabia Maroc’s thrice-weekly services. See how Montpellier Airport’s FTWA compares to the others sent in this week from around the world.