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Qatar Airways to launch services to Rabat and expand joint agreement with RAM

Posted 2 May 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways will launch flights to Rabat, Morocco on 29 May 2019.

 

Services to the Moroccan capital will be served by a Boeing 787 three times a week. In addition, Qatar Airways’ joint business agreement with Royal Air Maroc (RAM) will expand the number of services.

In addition to launching Rabat via Marrakech, Qatar Airways will now offer daily flights to Casablanca.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of services to Rabat. Morocco is a tremendously popular destination with our passengers, and we are very pleased to launch this new gateway, while also increasing our presence in the country by expanding our joint business agreement with Royal Air Maroc. Our expansion in Morocco demonstrates our commitment to the region, which began in 2002.

“Our close partnership with Royal Air Maroc will also provide our passengers access to their comprehensive network in North and West Africa, while enabling Royal Air Maroc passengers to enjoy seamless connectivity to Qatar Airways’ extensive global network spanning six continents.”

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