Royal Air Maroc is the national airline of Morocco. The company was founded in 1957. Today it is the largest and most popular air carrier in the country. The airline flies to about 100 destinations.
Royal Air Maroc has codeshare agreements with many other companies. This means that they jointly organize flights. The list of partners includes Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Iberia, Saudia, Kenya Airways, Brussels Airways.

Royal Air Maroc operates flights with 59 aircrafts. The most popular model is the Boeing 737-800 (31 planes).

Here are some destinations of Royal Air Maroc: Brussels, Vienna, Lyon, Marseille, Munich, Cairo, Copenhagen, Rome, Turin, Venice, Tripoli, Nairobi, Amsterdam, Malaga, Madrid.

Arrivals terminal at JFK

There are two terminals allocated for Royal Air Maroc flights at JFK airport: 1 and 5. The airline’s codeshare flights arrive at terminal 8.

Departures terminal

Royal Air Maroc planes depart from terminal 1. Codeshare flights depart from terminal 5, 8. The terminal may change from time to time, so it is worth checking the information before traveling.


Check-in takes place in the departures terminal. Therefore, first find out from which terminal your flight will depart, and get there in advance.