Royal Air Maroc (RAM) announced on Friday the resumption of its direct air route between Casablanca and Sao Paulo, set to begin on December 7, 2024. This service will operate three times a week, with departures from Casablanca on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 16:40 local time, arriving in Sao Paulo at 22:20 local time. Return flights will leave Sao Paulo on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 00:20 local time, landing in Casablanca at 13:15 local time, according to a company statement.

The flights will be operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliners, state-of-the-art aircraft that offer high levels of comfort and safety while ensuring a reduced carbon footprint.

The reopening of this route connecting the economic and financial capitals of Morocco and Brazil addresses the increasing demand from businesspeople and tourists on both sides of the Atlantic. It will help reinforce the longstanding diplomatic and economic ties between Morocco and Brazil, which have strengthened in recent years.

The resumption of this service is also part of the national airline’s efforts to support Morocco’s major projects, including the 2030 FIFA World Cup, which will be co-hosted by Morocco, Spain, and Portugal. Brazilian football fans will benefit from easy and comfortable travel options with Royal Air Maroc between Sao Paulo and the host countries via the airline’s Casablanca hub.

Additionally, the airline informs passengers that tickets will be available for purchase starting June 12 through its website,, its call centers, commercial agencies, and travel agency networks.