Emirates to reintroduce A380 on Dubai-Cassablanca route

Emirates to reintroduce A380 on Dubai-Cassablanca route

The A380 will replace the Boeing 777-300ER from 15 April

Emirates has announced that it will reintroduce its A380 aircraft on its daily Dubai to Casablanca route to increase passenger capacity between the UAE and Morocco.

The A380 service operating as EK751 will depart from Dubai at 07:30, arriving in Casablanca at 12:55. The return leg on EK752 will depart from Casablanca at 14:45, arriving in Dubai at 01:15 the following day.


The increased capacity on board the A380 will allow more passengers the opportunity to travel between Casablanca and Dubai and beyond. Last year, Emirates enhanced its partnership with Royal Air Maroc to a codeshare, providing more travel options and connection choices for customers of both airlines.

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Casablanca is a popular leisure destination on Emirates’ global network, and demand on the route has seen steady growth since being launched in March 2002. The airline has been operating to Morocco for over 20 years, and has carried more than 3.5 million passengers on the route.

The announcement of A380 services to Casablanca means that the aircraft now flies to three destinations in Africa, joining Johannesburg and Cairo.

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