Royal Air Maroc is increasing its summer routes beyond what it initially planned for. Royal Air Maroc, also known as RAM, is the Moroccan national carrier, and the country’s largest airline. RAM is fully owned by the government of Morocco.
Royal Air Maroc has revised its original plans for New York JFK and Sao Paulo, for its summer flight schedule.
The airline will keep its plans to increase service on its Casablanca-New York JFK route using a Boeing 787-8 but instead of 14 weekly flights during the period March 27 – May 14, there will now be 11 weekly flights. Also, from May 15 to June 18, the initial increase of 7 weekly flights has grown to 8-9, and on June 19 will go up to 14 weekly flights.
On its Casablanca-Sao Paulo Guarulhos 3 weekly flights beginning March 26, the airline has changed the aircraft from a 767-300ER to a 787-7.