The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has approved Royal Air Maroc to start flying between Casablanca and Washington Dulles, according to a Dec. 17 regulatory filing. The agency’s approval is valid for two years. In another application filed earlier in December, the Morocco flag carrier said it plans to start the new service in September 2016 with Boeing 787s. It currently uses that aircraft type to fly to New York JFK and Montreal, and would provide the first nonstop link ...

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