Qatar Airways intends to resume and strengthen its flights to Morocco
The Qatari carrier plans to operate up to eight weekly flights to Casablanca, as it will also increase its service to Marrakech from two to five weekly flights, starting at the end of June 2023.
The resumption of flights to these two Moroccan destinations (which will be operated by a two-class 287-seat Boieng 787) will offer customers greater connectivity to key destinations in Africa, Asia, Australia and the Middle East via the Qatar Airways hub in Doha. Additionally, customers can enjoy the company’s award-winning hospitality and world-class services, including the latest in-flight entertainment and cuisine options.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are delighted to resume and strengthen our flights to and from Morocco, a destination that has always been popular with our passengers. flights to Casablanca and increased flights to Marrakech will allow more passengers to enjoy our award-winning hospitality and facilitate trade and tourism between the two regions.