The winter schedule went live on 28 October with Royal Air Maroc providing daily connections to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, 5 a week to Washington-Dulles International Airport and 3 a week to Miami International Airport from Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca.
Services are operated by Boeing 787-8s with 13 tons of capacity and 787-9s with 15 tons of capacity.
In the USA, Royal Air Maroc is offering interline solutions, which will add west coast stations to its network.
The airline has links to more than 80 destinations from Casablanca including capacity on its Boeing 767-300 Freighter.
The freighter flies to Brussels 3 times a week, twice a week to Bamako in Mali, along with weekly services to Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso, Nouakchott in Mauritania and to Istanbul in Turkey.
Ian Morgan, Commercial Director USA at ECS Group, says, “International customers with US-bound shipments can be certain that they will be delivered to their end-destination within a competitive time frame. We offer an extensive interline network and flexible road feeder services to all major US gateways and cities out of our three American airports.”
Yassine Berrada, Vice President Cargo at Royal Air Maroc, adds, “With Globe Air Cargo USA, our customers are in the best of hands whether their shipments are connecting from the US via our Casablanca hub to our international passenger and freighter network, or flying into the US and connecting to our domestic partner services.”