Miami - Morocco’s national airline, Royal Air Maroc (RAM), has hit a traffic record last weekend with more than 55,000 passengers flown.
Miami – Morocco’s national airline, Royal Air Maroc (RAM), has hit a traffic record last weekend with more than 55,000 passengers flown.
On Monday, RAM announced that the weekend of August 1st and 2nd was record-setting. Over 55,000 passengers were mobilized round trip aboard 418 flights.
RAM said in a statement that “this affluence has had an outstanding record at the Mohammed V Airport where almost 40,000 people took 326 round trip Royal Air Maroc flights. By itself, the hub at Casablanca has achieved 73% of the company’s traffic”.
Exceptional numbers in one weekend can cause some difficulties when dealing with so many variables; yet, RAM’s resources in place and the permanent mobilization of its teams have greatly reduced inconveniences.
RAM noted that the pressure to maintain high-quality standards and to comply with flight punctuality when passenger affluence is so high, creates a stressful environment.
“In order to ensure passenger transportation in the best conditions, the company has implemented operational measures to ensure good regularity of flights. It has also strengthened its staff at layover cities to assist, guide, and inform passengers, with special attention to the disabled and the elderly”, reported the airline’s statement.
These positive news could erase the unfortunate circumstances that some RAM passengers have faced when the airline decided to cancel a few of its August flights.
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