RAM deploys flight program for Umrah and Hajj operations

To ensure an Umrah and Hajj 2023 season in the best conditions, Royal Air Maroc is mobilizing its human and material resources to successfully transport pilgrims to the Holy Places. The National Company is setting up a flight program offering more than 61,000 seats on a hundred flights connecting several Moroccan cities to Jeddah and Medina.

For the Ramadan Umrah operation which runs from March 18 to May 4, Royal Air Maroc will schedule 28,000 seats on flights operated by its planes as well as by a chartered jumbo jet, with a capacity of 436 seats. Direct flights will be scheduled from the following Moroccan airports: Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier, Oujda, Fez, Marrakech and Agadir to Jeddah and Medina.

Likewise for Operation Hajj 2023, which will last from June 2 to July 22 (outward phase from June 2 to June 22 and return phase from July 2 to July 22), Royal Air Maroc has scheduled a capacity of 33,000 seats on 54 flights. operated by the Company’s aircraft as well as by two chartered jumbo jets, with an average capacity of 350 seats each.

The three additional jumbo jets were chartered from internationally renowned companies. These latest generation aircraft are selected according to the safety and comfort criteria imposed by Royal Air Maroc. Their availability follows a rigorous process that respects the regulations and standards approved by the civil aviation authorities of the countries where they operate.

In addition to the reinforcement of the fleet, and in order to succeed in these operations which are of a religious nature of great importance for Moroccans, Royal Air Maroc has set up a special reinforcement system to allow pilgrims to travel in the best conditions. . The company has thus strengthened human resources, particularly at Moroccan airports as well as in Mekka, Jeddah and Medina (at the level of airports and hotels, among others) to assist Moroccan pilgrims and facilitate transport procedures and procedures for them.

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