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Royal Air Maroc to switch Moscow airports in March 2018

Posted 1 November 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Air Maroc is planning to move its Moscow operations from Moscow Sheremetyevo to Moscow Domodedovo by the end of March 2018, reports ch-aviation.

The Moroccan carrier currently operates three weekly B737-800 services from its Casablanca International hub to Moscow Sheremetyevo with the last such service scheduled to operate from Casablanca on March 22 and from Sheremetyevo on March 23. Thereafter, starting March 26, RAM will operate from/to Domodedovo retaining its current frequency and aircraft type.

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