Royal Air Maroc to Launch First Intra-Africa Route
According to eTurboNews, Royal Air Maroc is set to commence the first intra-Africa route to serve the Accra-Monrovia-Freetown corridor.
The service, scheduled to start in the middle of March this year will see the airline conducting three-times-a-week day flights from the Kotoka International Airport in Accra to Freetown via Monrovia.
Speaking at a media briefing in Accra to announce the new service, Adil Bahdya, the Managing Director of the airline said “the new service formed part of Royal Air Maroc’s African Development Strategy which is aimed at fostering trade and integration within the African continent.”
The airline will operate this route with Boeing 737-700 aircraft with a capacity of 114 seats.