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RAM and Emirates sign codeshare partnership

This partnership aims to complement flights between Dubai, Casablanca and other destinations. It will come into effect from the end of May.

Royal Air Maroc and Emirates signed, this Tuesday, May 10 in Dubai, a code-share partnership (code sharing), offering more travel possibilities and choice of air connections to customers of the two companies on their flights dependent on Dubai and Casablanca, as well as to other destinations.

Thus, from the end of May, the two companies will offer their customers codeshare flights operated by the two carriers between Dubai and Casablanca and to a total of 209 destinations combined. This partnership will offer their customers a wider choice of destinations between the hubs of the two companies. This agreement will also allow passengers to benefit from more competitive connections, fluids and baggage transfer facilities to their final destination.

The new codeshare flights will be registered on the websites of the two companies ( and and their sales agencies, but also with traditional travel agencies and online sales platforms.

Emirates customers will thus have access to 17 Moroccan destinations, other than Casablanca, as well as 63 international destinations, including a vast network in North Africa, West Africa and Central Africa covering 25 metropolises. As for Royal Air Maroc customers, they could access the vast network of Emirates which, in addition to the Dubai hub, has more than 130 destinations including 60 cities in the Middle East, the United States of America, East Asia West and Far East.

For Hamid Addou, CEO of RAM, this partnership “will strongly contribute to the strengthening of our air traffic, and will offer our passengers a wide range of destinations as well as a better customer experience thanks to optimized connections and end-to-end check-in, with international airport assistance within the networks of both companies”.

For his part, Adnan Kazim, commercial director of Emirates Airline, will make it possible to offer customers a very wide selection of destinations throughout Morocco, as well as a large choice of destinations in Africa. “This has helped to strengthen our network connectivity, and to offer business and leisure travelers greater choice and convenience when connecting between our two airlines. We are determined to develop our collaboration in order to provide greater benefits to our customers,” notes the manager.

This new codeshare agreement coincides with 20 years of service from Emirates to Casablanca, which has carried more than 3.4 million passengers between Dubai and Casablanca since 2002, supporting the country’s tourism industry, developing commercial activities and promoting Moroccan culture and traditions throughout the world. The airline currently operates eight weekly flights to Casablanca. Royal Air Maroc will soon launch a direct line from Casablanca to Dubai with four frequencies per week.


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