Emirates’ iconic A380 aircraft landed at Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport on Saturday, providing a better experience for customers traveling between Casablanca and Dubai and helping to meet the growing demand for travel to and from Morocco.
Passengers on board the first A380 to Morocco were treated to an additional touch of exception since the superjumbo was dressed in a special livery for the occasion, reveals the air carrier.
The aircraft sported the “Museum of the Future” livery, Dubai’s newest marvel, an architectural icon and a hub of pioneering concepts and ideas.
Emirates’ daily A380 service replaces the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft currently used on the Dubai-Casablanca route.
Note that flight EK751 departed Dubai International Airport at 07:30 and landed in Casablanca at 11:55 GMT. The return flight EK 752 leaves Casablanca at 2:45 p.m. to arrive in Dubai at 1:15 a.m. the next day.
The plane was welcomed by Khalfan Al Salami, Emirates Managing Director for Morocco, as well as several high dignitaries including Alasri Al Dhaheri, Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates, Omar Abdulrahman Al Tunaiji, Consul General of the United Arab Emirates and Abdalhaq Mazrour , Director of Mohamed V Airport in Casablanca.
As a reminder, Emirates has served Morocco for more than 21 years and the resumption of A380 services demonstrates its long-standing commitment to the country, supporting tourist arrivals and boosting the recovery of tourism in the country.
Casablanca is a popular leisure destination in Emirates’ global network, and improved services with the A380 will provide travelers with more opportunities to reach Morocco’s economic capital as well as more travel options and choice of connection between Dubai and Casablanca, and beyond.
Passengers flying on the first A380 are from the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Customers flying from Casablanca to Dubai on the A380 can gain easier access to the global network of 140 destinations served by Emirates.
First Class and Business Class passengers can also benefit from the Chauffeur Driven service recently launched in Morocco, thus enjoying a smooth and convenient experience to and from the airport in a high quality vehicle and in comfort and comfort. total privacy.
The Emirates A380 experience remains popular with travellers, with the spacious double-deck aircraft offering 14 private suites in First Class and 76 sleeper seats in Business Class. Customers traveling to and from Casablanca can enjoy a higher level of comfort in Emirates’ spacious and comfortable cabins, the company’s signature products that offer travelers the best experiences in the sky like the lounge bar on board, the First Class suites, the shower-spa, as well as the airline’s award-winning in-flight entertainment system which offers more than 5,000 on-demand entertainment channels.
The airline has been gradually accelerating the rollout of its flagship A380 aircraft in line with growing demand for international travel. Emirates is currently using its iconic device in 43 destinations around the world, including Dubai, and plans to roll it out to several more cities in the coming months.