Air Transport in Morocco

Air Transport in Morocco Last updated on Thursday 22nd April 2010

Royal Air Maroc is the national air carrier and provides domestic and international service.

Many other foreign airlines serve Morocco, including Air France, British Airways and Saudia.

Scheduled flights from all major cities in the Middle East, Europe and North America (New York and Montreal) serve Morocco.

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