Emirates Airline commenced its three flights-a-week Dubai-Casablanca service at the end of March this year. Among routes the Dubai-based airline started recently were ones to Khartoum, Osaka and Mauritius.
For its Dubai-Casablanca sector, it operates an Airbus 330-200 with a three-cabin arrangement of 18 first-, 42 business- and 183 economy-class seats. Having launched its Casablanca service, Emirates is energetically promoting Morocco's beaches and countryside and its cultural, historical and geographical delights. Emirates Holidays, the Gulf's premier holiday company, is offering a wide range of quality vacations based on Casablanca, the gateway to Morocco's other tourist spots including the famous imperial cities of Fez, Marrakesh, Meknes and Rabat. The company is utilising its professionalism, eye for detail and price mechanism to offer what it says is an ideal way to visit the enchanting land.
It specialises in tailor-made breaks, allowing customers to create interesting combinations.
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