The company said in a statement that the introduction of A380 aircrafts has helped it contribute to promote Morocco’s tourism among Far East tourists.
The company daily links Casablanca to the GCC countries, Asia and Australia.
The airline counts 670 Moroccan staff working in different departments in its hub in Dubai.
As it seeks to diversify its tourist emitting markets, Morocco sees enormous opportunities in the Chinese market, which has 130 million tourists traveling abroad annually and spending generously.
Morocco has therefore taken a series of incentives to attract 500,000 Chinese tourists by 2020 up from 10,000 in 2015.
Morocco’s flag carrier, RAM, is also planning to open flights to China.