Royal Air Maroc launched a twice-weekly service between Casablanca and Vienna on 1 April. Pictured among those at the launch were: Lotfi Bouchaara, Ambassador of Morocco to Austria (fourth left); Mouhsine Rmail, Country Manager Austria, Royal Air Maroc (fifth left); and Nikolaus Gretzmacher, SVP Operations, Vienna Airport (sixth left).
- Royal Air Maroc HAS launched three new services from Casablanca (CMN), all of which started on 1 April. It inaugurated a domestic service to Bouarfa (UAR), a 531-kilometre link it will operate twice-weekly (Mondays and Saturdays) using its fleet of ATR 72-600s. The airline also commenced a twice-weekly (Mondays and Saturdays) service to Vienna (VIE) and a three times weekly link to Amman (AMM). The 2,591-kilometre connection to the Austrian capital will be flown on a mixture of the carrier’s fleet of E190s and 737s, while the 4,056-kilometre sector to Jordan will be flown by the operator’s 737-700s. None of the three routes launched by the carrier will face direct competition when referencing OAG Schedules Analyser data.