Articles Tagged ‘Royal Air Maroc’
The sixth busiest Moroccan airport, Rabat Airport handled a new record high of 684,000 passengers in 2014. With a total of four carriers flying to 11 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity and reveals its seasonality profile and how dominant Ryanair is this January.
Royal Air Maroc now connects Casablanca to Paris CDG and Montpellier with daily and thrice-weekly flights respectively, using its 737-800s. Competes against Air France, easyJet, Mauritanian Airlines and Air Arabia Maroc.
Budapest Airport became only the fifth airport in ‘Arch of Triumph’ history last week to win more than one weekly title, joining an elite band of fellow airport firefighters and marketeers. Quite rightly, they show off the second certificate to adorn the walls of the fire station in the Hungarian capital.
Royal Air Maroc begins twice-weekly seasonal operations from Nador to Paris Orly, using its 737-800s.
Africa’s fifth largest operator according to weekly seat capacity, Kenya Airways has been growing without interruption in recent years, recording 3.7 million passengers in 2013. As the SkyTeam member is now serving 48 countries in Africa, Europe, Middle East and Asia, anna.aero reveals Kenya Airways’ recent developments and its top 13 routes for this August.
Morocco’s airports see 2014 Q1 growth of 15.4%; easyJet and transavia.com France grow while Ryanair and Vueling shrink
Moroccan airport traffic has grown by more than 10% in nine of the last 11 months, but there are signs that this rate will slow this summer. We examine by how much the leading carriers have changed their international capacity to the country, and what new routes Royal Air Maroc has added recently.
Royal Air Maroc connects Marrakech to Gibraltar using ATR 72-600s.
Royal Air Maroc begins twice-weekly flights between Marrakech and Milan Malpensa, using its 737-800s and competing with easyJet.
Air Algérie is third largest airline in North Africa; Over 75% of capacity split between domestic and French markets
Not many airlines have a Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules as part of their active fleet. However North Africa’s Air Algérie still retains the services of the veteran cargo aircraft. anna.aero takes a closer look at the region’s third largest airline, and reveals its busiest routes and how capacity has changed in the last 12 months.
Europe-Africa airline seat capacity up less than 2% in March; Moroccan markets growing fastest as Egypt faces uncertain future
Modest growth between Europe and Africa disguises significant developments at an airline and country pair level. Ryanair is increasing capacity by over 70%, Vueling by over 500%, while traffic on Egyptian routes appears to be suffering due to the country’s on-going political uncertainty.
Royal Air Maroc resumes flights from Casablanca, Morocco, to Sao Paulo Guarulhos, in Brazil, and Munich, in Germany.
Royal Air Maroc starts flights from Marrakech in Morocco to Madrid in Spain.