Rabat - Royal Air Maroc (RAM) will offer ten flights to Dakhla a week, starting from September.
Rabat – Royal Air Maroc (RAM) will offer ten flights to Dakhla a week, starting from September.
In a statement by RAM, the company announced they would add a further two flights a week to the current number of eight, which has been in place since May 30.
Flights will take place on a Boeing 737-800, which has 160 seats, 12 of which are business class.
The company announced that from September, there will be 3,200 seats each week. The 2,960 seats flying economy each have a fixed price of MAD 1,000 one-way, whilst the 240 seats in business class will cost MAD 2,000 each.
In RAM’s statement, the company said that the increase is the result of an agreement between the airline and the region of Dakhla-Oued Eddahab, which has “a view to contributing to an economic and touristic boom of the region.”