Royal Air Maroc is the national flag carrier airline of Morocco. Founded in 1957, the airline is headquartered at Casablanca Anfa-Airport, but most Royal Air Maroc flights depart from its main hub at Mohammed V International airport, which is around 20 miles southeast of Casablanca. Cheap flights from Royal Air Maroc operate with a fleet of nearly 60 aircraft, flying to 75 destinations as far and wide as Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Canada and the United States.
Royal Air Maroc flights from the UK depart from both London Heathrow and London Gatwick to three separate destinations in Morocco; Casablanca, Marrakech and Tangier. The Royal Air Maroc flights from London Gatwick depart from Gatwick North terminal, and the London Heathrow flights from Terminal 4. The flight duration from London to Casablanca is just over three hours.
Royal Air Maroc information advises passengers to check in for international flights two hours before the scheduled time of departure.
Royal Air Maroc baggage allowance for checked luggage varies according to the route and the class of travel, and will be indicated on the ticket. The hand luggage allowance for all passengers is one bag per person with a maximum weight of 10kg and total dimensions no greater than 115cm.
The seat pitch on Royal Air Maroc flights is 32 inches in Economy and 36 inches in Business Class. Passengers requesting an aisle or window seat are advised to book in advance.
Frequent Flyer Programme
The Royal Air Maroc frequent flyer programme is Safar Flyer. Members receive air miles that can be used for bonus Royal Air Maroc flights and flights with partner airlines, plus other benefits.
Since June 2010 Royal Air Maroc has had codeshare agreements with several airlines in order to extend its worldwide network. According to Royal Air Maroc information, the airline is code-sharing with several members of the SkyTeam alliance, including Air France and Delta Airlines, as well as Star Alliance members Egypt Air and Turkish Airlines.