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You can buy either Economy or Business Royal Air Maroc tickets with all classes enjoying modern cabins, ergonomic seats, complimentary airline magazines and personal in-flight entertainment that includes music, TV, films and games. On long-haul Royal Air Maroc flights passengers can enjoy a cloakroom service, "bed" position seats, pillows, blankets and toiletry bag. Whatever your reason for visiting this fascinating country you will always find good value flights to Morocco with Royal Air Maroc. You also have:
Royal Air Maroc uses Boeing aircraft and has around 60 planes in operation with the most common type being the Boeing A737-800. The airline currently employs around 3,000 people. Royal Air Maroc flights enjoy a comfortable 32" leg room with Economy tickets which rises to 36" in Business Class. The punctuality record of Royal Air Maroc flights is reasonable with approximately 80% taking off and landing as scheduled.
All classes of Royal Air Maroc tickets entitle passengers to complimentary beverages while meals are included on all flights over two and a half hours. Business class meals are served on china plates. Although the airline's destinations in the country enjoy efficient transfer networks with their nearest cities you can make the process even more relaxing when you rent a car in Morocco and collect it at the airport.
The price of flights with Royal Air Maroc varies by destination and travel period. The lowest price recorded in the last 15 days in United States for a flight with Royal Air Maroc is $293.
The most popular airlines in United States are Southwest Airlines, United, American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Spirit Airlines.
The cheapest destination recorded in the last 15 days departing from United States with Royal Air Maroc is Barcelona.
Flying with Royal Air Maroc, the cheapest place to depart from in the last 15 days in United States is New York JFK.
Royal Air Maroc or RAM is Morocco's largest airline. It offers scheduled flights to other African destinations, Europe and Asia as well as North and South America. It has been in operation since 1953 and took its present name in 1957. It's fully owned by the Moroccan government and has both its headquarters and main hub at Casablanca's Mohammed V International Airport. This is the departure point for scheduled flights as well as special charters serving the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca. The airline's frequent flyer programme is known as the Safar Flyer.
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