Kenya Airways (KQ) has summed a code share agreement with Royal Air Maroc (RAM) for passengers travelling from Marrakech and Casablanca to Nairobi use KQ.
In a renewed Memorundum of Understanding (MoU), Travelers will also be able to connect to Zanzibar and Johannesburg.
“This partnership strengthens our connectivity to the East and South of the African continent, thanks to a long-standing reliable partner, Kenya Airways. It will enable our passengers to reach Nairobi and Johannesburg, two important economic and financial capitals, as well as Zanzibar, a popular tourist destination,” said Royal Air Maroc Chairman and CEO Abdelhamid ADDOU.
RAM currently operates three weekly flights to Accra (Ghana) from Casablanca and it will add three trips through its codeshare with KQ to Nairobi, linking Accra to Johannesburg (South Africa) and Zanzibar (Tanzania).
KQ currently operates seven weekly flights between Nairobi and Accra.
The new partnership will enable it to offer three flights per week to Casablanca and Marrakech via Accra.
KQ and RAM first started the agreement in 2016, before it was discontinued in 2019.