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Air Maroc Set To Commence Intra-West Africa Flights In March

Royal Air Maroc will begin Fifth Freedom flights in West Africa later next month with the launch of a 3x weekly Accra-Monrovia Roberts-Freetown return service. Operations commence from March 15 and are on-board a B737-700 based out of the Ghanaian capital, Accra.

Royal Air Maroc, more commonly known as simply RAM, is the Moroccan national carrier, as well as the country’s largest airline. RAM is fully owned by the government of Morocco, and has its headquarters on the grounds of Casablanca-Anfa Airport.

Ghana has offered Fifth Freedom traffic rights to several carriers operating into and out of Accra including:

– Kenya Airways (KQ, Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta): which serves Monrovia and Freetown;
– South African Airways (SA, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) which offers flights to Abidjan as well as toWashington Dulles;
– TAP Air Portugal (TP, Lisbon) which serves São Tome;
– ASKY Airlines (KP, Lomé), MEA – Middle East Airlines (ME, Beirut), Emirates (EK, Dubai Int’l),EgyptAir (MS, Cairo Int’l) and Air Burkina (2J, Ouagadougou) which all serve Abidjan;
– Air Côte d’Ivoire (HF, Abidjan) which serves Cotonou.

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