Emirates’ flagship Aircraft A380 returns to Morocco


Emirates, one of the two flag carriers of UAE, recently announced the reintroduction of its flagship aircraft A380 to the largest city of Morocco, Casablanca, as part of the airline’s initiative to improve operations in Morocco.

To accommodate for increasing demands, From 15 April, the current flagship Boeing 777-300ER aircraft which is operated between Dubai and Casablanca will be replaced by the flagship A380 aircraft, as planned by the airline. As a result, the passenger carrying capacity between Casablanca and Dubai will increase, providing more customers with travelling opportunities to cities across the Middle East and GCC, Europe, the Americas and West Asia for leisure or business.

This announcement is proof of the Emirates’ commitment to supporting the improvement of the country’s inbound travelling and with it strengthening the country’s tourism industry. 

The A380 aircraft offers 14 First Class suites, 76 lie-flat seats in Business Class, and 401 generously pitched seats in Economy Class. With a generously spacious environment, no wonder the double-decked aircraft is highly favoured among travellers.

Passengers flying to and from Casablanca are expected to enjoy the top-notch Emirates services like Onboard Lounge, First Class suites, Shower Spa, and regional cuisine along with the airline’s award-winning inflight entertainment system offers more than 5,000 channels of on-demand entertainment and much more in the spacious and comfortable cabins. 

Emirates has so far deployed its flagship A380 aircraft to 40 destinations worldwide as a response to growing demands for air travel. And since the popularity of Casablanca has been growing steadily on Emirates’ global network as a fan-favourite leisure destination, it is next on the list of destinations for the deployment of A380. 

It is estimated that by the end of this summer, the generously spacious aircraft will be serving almost 50 destinations contributing to 90% of the airline’s pre-pandemic A380 network.

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Written by Nadia Farha Mubin

Content Writer and Travel Enthusiast


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