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IATA Code
RAK
ICAO Code
GMMX
City
Marrakech
Country
Morocco
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Runways
3100m x 45m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Air Arabia Maroc
BinterCanarias
British Airways
Brussels Airlines
easyJet
Germania
Germanwings
Iberia
Jetairfly
Lufthansa
Luxair
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Royal Air Maroc
Ryanair
SWISS
TAP Portugal
Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium
Thomson Airways
Transavia
Transavia France
TUIfly
Vueling
XL Airways France
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
American Airlines
Etihad Airways
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Qatar Airways

Marrakech-Menara Airport serves Marrakech, a city in northwest Morocco. Marrakech-Menara is among the busiest airports in Morocco, handling some three million passenger p/a, and serving airlines from across Africa, the Middle East and Europe. The airport is a main base for Royal Air Maroc and Atlas Blue.

Location of Marrakech Menara Airport, Morocco

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Royal Air Maroc & Qatar Airways form joint venture. More JVs for each as RAM eyes oneworld alliance

22-May-2015 11:38 AM

The planned joint venture between Royal Air Maroc and Qatar Airways will be a relatively small but tidy affair. More importantly, it signals the future direction: each carrier will work more with partners. Qatar Airways plans more JVs, with a IAG one highly anticipated. Qatar has an existing JV with Cathay Pacific. RAM is planning a JV with Iberia, with the Iberia and Qatar partnerships likely to be followed by joining the oneworld alliance. RAM will give oneworld a long-sought expanded presence in Africa.

Under the JV, RAM will operate from Casablanca to Doha three times a week from 09-Sep-2015 with its 787-8, supplementing Qatar’s existing daily service. Qatar is expected to open a service to Marrakech. Qatar will gain access to RAM’s Africa network from Morocco while RAM beyond Doha is eyeing Asian connections. Accessing Qatar’s Asian network has smartly taken precedence over a risky plan for RAM to fly to Beijing.

Royal Air Maroc receives first 787 as the airline finishes restructuring & returns to profitability

15-Jan-2015 3:45 PM

After two record operating losses in 2010 and 2011, Royal Air Maroc, the government-owned national carrier of Morocco, restructured and posted record operating profits in 2012 and 2013. While the restructuring was difficult, RAM has emerged in a more fit shape. This is more than seeing the silver lining; RAM may be very glad it went through this process. The ratio of staff per aircraft declined from 110:1 to a far leaner 58:1. Passengers carried per employee have increased from 1,054:1 to 2,329:1.

RAM is focusing on international traffic at its Casablanca hub, supplementing it with European services to other Moroccan cities where RAM can compete with LCCs. The domestic market is challenging, and the government has agreed to cover the losses.

Removal of 10 medium-haul aircraft has seen RAM's passenger figures decrease from 6.1 million in 2011 to 5.6 million in 2013. But RAM is now in growth mode, having received in Jan-2015 its first 787 that will complement its recently refurbished 767 fleet. RAM will also take four more E190s and charter aircraft over the peak summer period.

European and Middle East carriers fighting for market share on Europe-Middle East route

28-Oct-2010 5:07 PM

European carriers are becoming increasingly concerned by the Middle East airline threat on their core international businesses. CEOs from British Airways, Air France and Lufthansa have all voiced their opinions lately, as Middle East airlines continue to expand their global networks. But the European flag carriers are not standing idly by. Several are rapidly expanding their presence in the Middle East, to maintain and/or grow their share of this promising market. Emirates is the clear market leader, with a 21.0% share of capacity on Middle East-Europe routes. Qatar Airways is the second largest, with 8.7%, while Lufthansa, British Airways and Air France have just 5.6%, 3.5% and 2.7% shares, respectively.

Oman awards USD1.8bn new Muscat terminal project

28-Oct-2010 3:58 PM

Oman’s Government announced it has awarded an OMR706 million (USD1.8 billion) contract for the construction of a new terminal at Muscat International Airport, to a joint venture between US-based Bechtel and Oman's Bahwan Contracting. The government stated the project will be completed in 3Q2014 and the airport’s capacity will increase from four million passengers p/a to 12 million.

ACI International Director General, Angela Gittens World airports report encouraging 1Q2010 traffic trends, though volcano effect expected in April

5-May-2010 11:28 AM

Worldwide passenger traffic rose by 7.6% in Mar-2010 year-on-year and by 6.1% for the first quarter, according to the latest figures from Airports Council International (ACI). The freight resurgence continued, with a 25.6% rise in total volumes in Mar-2010, led by a 32.4% surge in international freight, while domestic volumes rose 14.6%.

easyJet CEO, Andrew Harrison easyJet cost cutting and dropping expensive ports remain priorities

17-Nov-2009 4:05 PM

Union leaders expressed alarm at easyJet’s decision to stop flying from East Midlands Airport and to scale back its Luton operation, which could threatens about 250 jobs. Up to 1.5 million passengers will be effected by the plan to axe 360 flights a week.

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