JetBlue and Royal Air Maroc Announce Interline Agreement

By Jesse Sokolow on 5 October 2012
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JetBlue Airbus 320

JetBlue Airbus 320

JetBlue and Royal Air Maroc, the flag carrier of Morocco, have entered into an interline agreement. The new arrangement will connect the two airlines’ networks and allow new flight options for travelers between Africa and the Americas.

The agreement allows customers to book single-ticket trips that combine flights on both airlines, as well as experience one-stop baggage check-in for transfers between the two carriers at New York’s JFK. In addition, the arrangement opens up previously unavailable destinations for JetBlue customers, such as the Central African Republic, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Sierra Leone, and Togo.

Royal Air Maroc operates 1,500 weekly flights, to over 70 destinations around the world. The airline also offers daily nonstop service to its hub at Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport from JFK.


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