Royal Air Maroc CEO, Abdelhamid Addou. and Miami Airport Director and CEO, Lester Sola cut the cake celebrating the carrier’s third gateway to the US, with it already serving New York JFK and Washington Dulles from Casablanca.
- Royal Air Maroc has expand its presence in the US through the addition of its newest link from Casablanca (CMN) to Miami (MIA), a route which launched on 3 April. The three times weekly route spans 6,938 kilometres and will be flown utilising the carrier’s 274-seat 787-8s, while Flightradar24.com shows that the first two rotations were flown using 787-9s which recently joined the carrier’s fleet. Miami marks the third connection, aside from New York JFK and Washington Dulles, on the airline’s growing network in the US. The route currently faces no direct competition and whilst Florida is known for being a popular tourist destination, it is also home to the highest concentration of Moroccan residents in the US, with around 35,000 Moroccans in Orlando alone.