Emirates Airlines has announced the return of its giant plane “Airbus A380” to Casablanca from April 15, as part of the ramp-up of the airline’s operations in Morocco.
Emirates Airlines said in a statement that “Airbus A380” will replace the Boeing 777-300ER which currently operates the Casablanca-Dubai route, offering more than 3,500 seats per week in response to growing demand on this line.
The A380 service will operate under the code EK751 and will depart from Dubai at 07:30 to arrive in Casablanca at 12:55. The return flight EK 752 will depart from Casablanca at 2:45 p.m. to land in Dubai at 1:15 a.m. the next day, the statement said.
The increase in the number of seats between Casablanca and Dubai will provide more options for tourists and businessmen traveling to the United Arab Emirates and Morocco, it continues.
Emirates Airlines has over the past year strengthened its partnership with Royal Air Maroc (RAM) through the codeshare agreement, granting more travel options and more connectivity opportunities to customers of both companies between and through the cities of Dubai and Casablanca.
Casablanca remains one of the favorite tourist destinations in the Emirates Airlines global network. Demand on this line has grown strongly since its launch in 2002.