Play it again, RAM! Casablanca-Miami route returns to MIA
Royal Air Maroc re-launches Florida’s only nonstop flights to Africa
Moroccan national carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) resumed its Casablanca-Miami route on April 10, bringing the only nonstop service between Africa and Florida back to Miami International Airport after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
The twice-weekly service with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft that seats 302 passengers will increase to three weekly flights on May 15. RAM first launched the Casablanca-Miami route in April 2019, giving MIA its first passenger flights to Africa since the year 2000 and Florida’s only nonstop service to the continent. Casablanca becomes the 94th international destination with nonstop service from MIA, the second-busiest airport in the U.S. for international passengers.
With a fleet of 52 aircraft and more than 105 destinations with regular frequencies, RAM connects Morocco to five continents. From its Casablanca hub, RAM offers dozens of connections to North African, West African, and Middle Eastern destinations. RAM is certified as a 4-Star Airline by the international air transport rating organization SKYTRAX.
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