Qatar Airways CEO holds press briefing to announce new flights to Morocco
The media briefing followed a VIP gala dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca, which was hosted by Al Baker and attended by global aviation leaders.
“I am very pleased with the performance of our joint business agreement with Royal Air Maroc,” he said. “Since launching last year, we have seen consistently strong demand on services to and from Morocco.”
According to Al Baker, the company’s increased flights between Doha and Casablanca and Marrakesh help meet demand and provide passengers with plenty of options.
“Thanks to this successful affiliation, Qatar Airways’ passengers can take advantage of Royal Air Maroc’s comprehensive network in West Africa, while Royal Air Maroc passengers can enjoy our global network spanning the Middle East, Asia and Australia.”
Al Baker also mentioned Qatar Airways’ new destinations planned for launch in 2017-18, including Canberra, Australia; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Santiago, Chile; Las Vegas, U.S.; Dublin, Ireland; Medan - Kualanamu International Airport, Indonesia; and Tabuk and Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.