Emirates’ A380 lands in Morocco


Emirates’ iconic flagship A380 landed at Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca on April 15.

According to timeserospace.aero, the daily A380 service replaces the existing Boeing 777-300ER aircraft currently used between Dubai and Casablanca.

The aircraft was received by Khalfan Al Salami, Country Manager, Morocco, along with 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.

Emirates has been flying to Morocco for 21 years.

The airline has been accelerating the deployment of its flagship A380 aircraft in line with growing demand for air travel. Currently, Emirates’ A380 is deployed to 43 destinations including Dubai with plans to expand to several other cities in the coming months.

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