Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc has announced the launch of a new air route between Casablanca and Beijing starting from mid-January 2020.
Royal Air Maroc announced Monday 23 that has inaugurated a new air route that will link Casablanca’s international airport, Mohamed V and Dashing airport in Beijing.
(This article is also available in Arabic)
The announcement came during a statement of the regional director of Royal Air Maroc in China, Adil Khalloufi at a press conference last Monday.
The flight linking Morocco and China will be 13 hours long on the new generation of airplanes, 787-9 Dreamliner. This generation has a capacity of 302 passengers, 26 of which in the business class.
The new air route will host three weekly flights from Mohamed V airport, Monday, Thursday, and Saturday starting from 5 pm and arriving at 1:55 am, and three others from Dashing airport on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday from 11:55 am and arriving in Casablanca at 7:55 pm next day.
This air route is the first ever between Morocco and China and is part of 3-year developmental strategy to link the two countries.