Morocco to Join Emirates A380 network


Emirates will operate the first ever commercial Airbus A380 flight to Morocco and North Africa when it takes the double-decker aircraft to Casablanca on 26 March.

The airline’s flagship aircraft will replace the Boeing 777-300ER currently used on the Dubai-Casablanca route, offering increased seat capacity across all three cabin classes and an enhanced premium product experience.

The switch to the A380 offers a total of 1,834 additional seats per week, 14 private suites in first class, 76 lie-flat seats in business class and 401 seats in economy.

So far, Emirates has introduced A380 services to over 45 destinations across its network. Its current fleet of 88 A380s has visited over 64 airports, flew nearly 986 million kilometres, and made 74,263 return flights to date.

From 26 March, EK751 will become an A380 flight, leaving Dubai every day at 07h25 and arriving in Casablanca at 12h55. The return flight, EK752, will depart Casablanca at 14h55 and land in Dubai at 01h25 the next morning.