Russia and Morocco will resume direct flights on May 2 and it will last until the end of the summer season. This is stated on the website of the Royal Air Maroc airline.
According to the booking system, flights will be made to Domodedovo Airport. In total there will be two flights a week until the end of the summer season, writes TASS.
“Royal Air Maroc resumes flights on the Moscow-Casablanca route. <...>. The first flight after a significant break will take place on May 2. Further flights will be operated twice a week on Wednesdays and Fridays until the end of the summer season,” the Royal Air Maroc office said.
The first tickets are already on sale and their cost is 45,000 rubles per person, including the return flight. You can pay for them both with a Russian card and with a card of international payment systems.
Earlier, the authorities of Sri Lanka announced their desire to expand air traffic with Russia. It is noted that the number of flights can be increased from 14 to 21.