Royal Air Maroc adds four new routes to its Casablanca network

  • Royal Air Maroc expanded its network from Casablanca (CMN) hub with the launch of four new routes last week. On 31 March, the Moroccan flag carrier inaugurated thrice-weekly flights to London Gatwick (LGW), and now operates a combined total of 10-weekly frequencies to two London airports – Heathrow and Gatwick. In addition, after 14 years of absence from the market, the carrier returned to Scandinavia inaugurating services to both Copenhagen(CPH) and Stockholm Arlanda (ARN). On 1 April, the carrier also started flights to Las Palmas (LPA) in the Spanish Gran Canaria. Flights are operated twice-weekly via Laayoune (EUN) in Western Sahara, in competition with existing four-weekly frequencies from Binter Canarias.
Launch date Origin Destination WF* A/c Competition
31-Mar-13 Casablanca (CMN) Copenhagen (CPH) 3 B735
London Gatwick (LGW) 3 B738 Air Arabia Maroc (3)
Stockholm (ARN) 3 EQV
01-Apr-13 Las Palmas (LPA via EUN) 2 B735 Binter Canarias (4)
Source: Innovata w/c 8 April 2013.    *WF: Weekly Frequencies at launch.

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