In order to reinforce its presence as an essential platform for linking Africa to the rest of the world, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has decided to strengthen its network in the continent, which will total to 31 destinations.
For this purpose, RAM announced that it will start offering flights starting the 17th of June to Ndjamena, the capital of Chad with three flights per week. Starting December, It will also launch a new line linking Casablanca to Abuja, the capital of Nigeria with three flights per week as well.
The company states that it will strengthen the Casablanca-Accra Line by increasing the frequency of flights to seven per week instead of five, whose passengers will no longer have to go through a Layover in Lomé, Togo.
Finally, the company will also increase the number of flights to Gatwick and Heathrow in London from 10 to 14, which will offer great flight connection opportunities to the large Nigerian and Ghanaian community in the United Kingdom.
The Moroccan Times.