-Royal Air Morocco has opened its first ever direct flights from Accra to Sierra Leone and Liberia.
- Management of the airline say the decision to choose Ghana was because of the trust and confidence they have in Ghana's economy.
- The launch of the direct flights is expected to deepen trade ties between Ghana and the said West African states
Royal Air Morocco, an international Airline with destination across Africa, has launched its first ever intra-African air service from Accra to Sierra Leone and Liberia.
The new air service has been documented to be part of the African Development Strategy of the Airline, Royal Air Maroc, which seeks to deepen the economic ties between Ghana and other African states.
Speaking about the intention for the launch, Sales Manager for the African Sub-region, Imad Ghanmi revealed that the choice for Accra being the main destination of the flights is due to the trust and confidence in Ghana's economy. The flights will be operated by Boeing 737-700 with a capacity of 114 seats as the launching fare from Accra to Monrovia starts at $ 395 USD (taxes inclusive).
Royal Air Maroc is a Moroccan airline with a dual passenger and freight transport - a group made up of four main clusters being Transport, Industry, Services and HR training.