The launch of the first Royal Air Maroc (RAM) flight between Casablanca and Tel Aviv, initially scheduled for December 12, 2021, has been postponed to a later date, due to the evolution of the health situation, the national company announced on Monday. .
This postponement comes following the decision of the Moroccan authorities to suspend all direct passenger flights to the Kingdom of Morocco, for a period of two weeks, due to the rapid spread of the new variant Covid-19 Omicron, explains RAM in a report. communicated.
To this end, Royal Air Maroc is setting up a special system to support its customers in the management of their trips. Thus, customers will be able, if they wish, to postpone their trip to a later date (until January 31, 2022), without penalties with possible application of the price difference, or to cancel it in exchange for a credit of the same value of the ticket, valid for twelve months and to be used exclusively on company flights.
For more information, Royal Air Maroc invites its customers to inquire about these commercial arrangements at the numbers: Maroc: 089000 080; International number: +212522489797.
As a reminder, the new direct air route will link Casablanca to Tel Aviv at the rate of three frequencies per week, initially, then five frequencies in a later phase.