Today, Emirates (EK)’ renowned flagship A380 touched down at Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport, providing a superior travel experience between Dubai and Casablanca and boosting the demand for travel in and out Morocco.
The inaugural A380 flight to Morocco featured a unique livery specially designed for the occasion, showcasing the Museum of the Future Livery, which represents Dubai’s latest architectural icon and center for revolutionary ideas and concepts.
Emirates A380 lands in Morocco
Emirates has introduced a daily A380 service to replace the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft currently used for flights between Dubai and Casablanca.
The A380 flight EK751 departs from Dubai International Airport at 07:30hrs and lands in Casablanca at 11:55hrs. At the same time, EK752 departs Casablanca at 1445hrs and arrives in Dubai at 0115hrs the following day.
The inaugural A380 flight was received by Khalfan Al Salami, Country Manager, Morocco, and a host of dignitaries, including Alasri Al Dhaheri, the UAE ambassador of Morocco, Omar Abdulrahman Al Tunaiji, UAE Consul General of Morocco, Alarby Bin Ebrahim, Public Relations Manager, and Abdalhaq Mazrour, Airport Director, Morocco.
Passengers on board the first A380 flight to Morocco enjoyed an extra tinge of excitement as the superjumbo was dressed in a special livery marked for the occasion, sporting the Museum of the Future Livery, Dubai’s newest architectural icon and center for pioneering concepts and ideas.
Two Decades of Cooperation
Emirates has maintained its flight operations to Morocco for over two decades. The reintroduction of A380 services demonstrates its unwavering commitment to the country. Further, it stimulates inbound traffic and assists the recovery of its tourism industry.
Casablanca remains a favored leisure destination within Emirates’ network. Further, upgrading to an A380 service will give passengers more chances to connect with the Moroccan capital. Subsequently, improving connections to Dubai and beyond via EK’s extensive global network.
Passengers on the inaugural A380 flight came from regions such as the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.
Travelers traveling from Casablanca to Dubai via the A380 can experience smooth connectivity to Emirates’ network of 140 worldwide destinations.
Emirates recently inaugurated Chauffeur Drive services in Morocco. For its first and business-class clients in an effort to create a seamless travel experience.
Customers who use this service receive door-to-door transportation in a clean, private vehicle. Likewise, with 14 First Class suites and 76 lie-flat seats in Business Class. EKs A380 is a well-liked option for passengers.
Customers flying into and out of Casablanca can anticipate wide, comfortable cabins as well as exclusive offerings like the Onboard Lounge, First Class suites, Shower Spa, and an award-winning in-flight entertainment system with more than 5,000 channels of on-demand entertainment.
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