Royal Air Maroc recently launched thrice-weekly, nonstop service between Casablanca and Washington Dulles.
Washington becomes the airline's third destination in North America, after New York JFK and Montreal, and its second U.S. destination.
The Washington and New York flights are operated with a new generation Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
The D.C.-to-Casablanca flight operates on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Through its global hub in Casablanca, customers can seamlessly connect to destinations suc as Dakar, Senegal; Lisbon; Nairobi, Kenya; and Morocco's popular vacation destination of Marrakesh.
"Royal Air Maroc's new Boeing 787 Dreamliner service to Casablanca, Morocco, provides passengers another important destination from Dulles, the region's international gateway airport," said Mike Stewart, the vice president of airline business development at Washington Dulles Airport. "This new service also allows passengers in the national capital region to easily connect to more than 95 other Royal Air Maroc destinations."