Air France yesterday (Oct. 30) relaunched a route between Paris-Orly and Casablanca, after eight years of absence between the two airports, in addition to its departures from CDG Airport.
As previously revealed last August, the French national airline will now offer a daily flight between its base in Paris-Orly and Casablanca-Mohammed V airport, operated by Airbus A320 that can accommodate 18 passengers in Business Class and 160 in Economy. Departures are scheduled at 15:00 to arrive at 18:05, return flights leaving Morocco at 19:05 to land at 22:05.
Air France, which had offered this route until March 2014, is in direct competition with Royal Air Maroc, its own low-cost subsidiary Transavia France and TUI Fly Belgium.
At the moment, the SkyTeam Alliance airline currently offers four daily flights between Paris-CDG Airport and Casablanca, in addition to Transavia’s daily rotation. Air France also serves Marrakech and Rabat from CDG Airport.