El Al Will Fly Nonstop From Tel Aviv To Marrakesh And Casablanca!

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El Al will begin flying between Tel Aviv and Marrakesh on July 25 and between Tel Aviv and Casablanca on August 10th.

Round-trip flights for each city will operate 2-3 times weekly and will start at $498 for Economy Lite, $568 for Economy classic, and $1,098 for business class.

The 5-6 hour flights will be operated by El Al’s 737-900s, which unlike El Al’s 787s, are equipped with the Sky Shield missile defense system.

Morocco has been on my bucket list since reading this DDF Trip Report. You can find the DDF Master Thread on Morocco here.

Israel and Morocco agreed to establish full diplomatic relation as part of the Abraham Accords last December.

Hopefully we’ll see more kosher options in the country as we’ve seen happen as the UAE normalized their relationship with Israel.

Your move, Royal Air Maroc.

Will you fly El Al to Morocco?

HT: tavster, via DDF

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I guess that zoom video you had with the OU really worked


Going to Morocco for Christmas but leaving from the states but this is great news. You can fly to Morocco using Etihad miles and than fly El Al to Israel 😉

ish chai

”You can fly to Morocco using Etihad miles” ; with which airline?


Would it make sense to book this flight with qantas points?

reb yid

Dan, will _you_ fly El Al to Morocco?


Are you sure the aircraft type is because of SkyShield? DXB is on a 787.


The UAE has a far more advanced and effectively intrusive police state around Dubai than Morocco has in its cities, and so the UAE can provide the kind of aviation security from UAE-based explosive surface-to-air explosive projectiles that Morocco cannot against Morocco-based surface-to-air explosive projectiles.


All aboard that plane!


Funny how all the Ashkenazis are excited about going to Morocco…would have been if they could have checked they had towards Moroccans that came to Israel 50 years ago

The Newt



What days El Al will fly?


SkyShield was developed by Rafel an Israeli company not Boeing, and is not equipped across any entire type in their fleet but hooked up when necessary(rarely). true that it was not yet configured with the 787 series.