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Royal Air Maroc is the product of the merging of Air Atlas and Air Maroc (28th June 1957).
It is the main Moroccan airline and the second largest airline in Africa after South African Airways.
Royal Air Maroc has a reputation as being one of the safest airlines. The company's headquarters are based in Casablanca. Royal Air Maroc offers flights to a large network of destinations in Africa, Europe, North America and the Arabian Peninsula.
In 1957, the moroccan state owned 68% of the company.
Following economic success in 2006, Royal Air Maroc began to seek alliances with other African airlines: Atlas Blue (low cost airline), Air Senegal International (of which they already owned 51%), Atlas Hospitality (medical transport) and Atlas Multiservices (recruitment agency for the group Royal Air Morocco).
The group could not buy Air Mauritania because this company did not have the exclusivity on its territory.
Royal Air Maroc’s Safar Flyer card can be used to collect air miles, and offers advantages such as excess baggage allowance on journeys booked online or with partner airlines.
All you need to do to profit from these advantages is present you Safar Flyer card at check-in, or type you card number when booking online.
Barcelona - Palma - Madrid - Malaga - Seville - Valencia
Bordeaux - Lille - Lyon - Marseille - Nantes - Nice - Paris (Orly, Roissy) - Strasbourg - Toulouse
Agadir - Casablanca - Essaouira - Fez - Marrakech - Nador - Ouarzazate - Oujda - Rabat - Tangier - Tetouan
Brussels - Dusseldorf - Frankfurt - Bologna - Milan - Rome - Turin - Amsterdam - Lisbon - Istanbul - London
Ouagadougou - Douala - Yaounde - Kinshasa - Brazzaville - Abidjan - Cairo - Accra - Tripoli - Bamako - Lagos - Dakar - Freetown - Tunis - Lome
Abu Dhabi - Dubai - Beirut - Jeddah - Montreal - New York (JFK)