Royal Air Maroc will upgrade its equipment on the Casablanca-Brussels route from the Boeing 737 to the 767 on seven of its 10 weekly flights this Summer.
This route is particularly popular for the carrier, especially for holidaymakers wanting to head into the country of Morocco.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Brussels Will Say Hello to the Royal Air Maroc Boeing 767…
Under the changes, Royal Air Maroc will operate the Boeing 767 on a daily basis to Brussels from Casablanca, with the 737 due to operate services on Thursdays and Fridays, and Saturdays on top of that.
AT832 and 833 will be the 767 flights, which will depart Casablanca at 1300 local time and arrive in Brussels at 1715.
The return will then depart at 1855, arriving back into Casablanca ta 2120 local.
As for the 737s, they will operate AT838 and 839, which will depart the Moroccan capital at 0935 and arrive in Brussels at 1350.
The aircraft will then leave the Belgian capital at 1450, arriving back in Casablanca at 1715.
These changes will take place between June 24 and September 3.
What Boeing 767s Will They Use?
Now the question to be asked here is which Boeing 767-300 is Royal Air Maroc going to use?
As per data from Planespotters.net, the carrier only has one of them, but it is currently a cargo aircraft, CN-ROW.
This was converted into a cargo frame in March 2018, so unless the aircraft is being converted back into a passenger frame, we simply don’t know.
They could very well acquire a 767 on a wet lease to cater to this, but historically, their other 767s are now with new owners.
Either way, it’s going to be interesting to see what will show up in Brussels and whether it will have the Royal Air Maroc paint scheme on it or not.