Royal Air Maroc Express
IATA ICAO Callsign
FN RXP EXPRESS MAROC
Founded2009
HubsMohammed V International Airport
Frequent-flyer programSafar Flyer
AllianceOneworld (affiliate)
Fleet size6
Destinations18
Parent companyRoyal Air Maroc
HeadquartersCasablanca, Morocco
Websiteroyalairmaroc.com

Royal Air Maroc Express is a regional airline and 100% subsidiary of Royal Air Maroc based in Casablanca, Morocco. The carrier operates scheduled domestic services and scheduled regional flights to mainland Spain, the Canary Islands, Gibraltar and Portugal, as well as charter services for tour operators and corporate clients. The airline is based in Mohammed V International Airport.[1]

History

The airline began operations in July 2009. It is fully owned by Royal Air Maroc.[2]

Destinations

Royal Air Maroc Express serves the following destinations:[1]

Country City Airport Notes Refs
Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar International Airport Terminated
Morocco Agadir Agadir–Al Massira Airport
Al Hoceima Cherif Al Idrissi Airport
Bouarfa Bouarfa Airport
Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport Hub
Er-Rachidia Moulay Ali Cherif Airport
Essaouira Mogador Airport Terminated
Fes Fes-Saïss Airport
Guelmim Guelmim Airport
Marrakesh Marrakesh Menara Airport Focus city
Nador Nador International Airport
Ouarzazate Ouarzazate Airport
Guelmim Guelmim Airport
Oujda Angads Airport
Tangier Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport Focus city
Tan-Tan Tan Tan Airport
Tetouan Sania Ramel Airport
Zagora Zagora Airport
Portugal Lisbon Lisbon Airport
Porto Porto Airport Terminated
Spain Las Palmas Gran Canaria Airport
Madrid Madrid–Barajas Airport
Málaga Málaga Airport
Tenerife Tenerife South Airport
Valencia Valencia Airport

Fleet

Royal Air Maroc Express ATR 72-600

The Royal Air Maroc Express fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of February 2020):[4][5]

Aircraft Total Orders Passengers
P Y
Total
ATR 72-600 6 12 58 70
Total 6

Incidents and accidents

References

  1. ^ a b Flight International 12–18 April 2005
  2. ^ Communiqué de presse: Royal Air Air Maroc signe un contrat pour l’acquisition de 8 avions de la famille ATR-600, les « Greenliners » dont deux en option, June 16, 2009
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Royal Air Maroc Express Flight Status and Information". Airportia. Retrieved 18 February 2020.
  4. ^ "African Expansion for OneWorld". Airliner World (March 2020): 12.
  5. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2019): 21.
  6. ^ a b "Accident report: AT76, vicinity Al Hoceima Morocco, 2018". skybrary.aero. Retrieved 2022-09-04.

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