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TWA Receives Exemption For Royal Air Maroc Code-Share Service
DOT granted TWA an initial two-year exemption to serve Marrakech and Tangier, Morocco, and Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire, from New York via Casablanca. Cote d'Ivoire is one of eight countries participating in DOT's Safe Skies for Africa Initiative (DAILY, Nov. 2). TWA will operate the service under its code share with Royal Air Maroc (RAM), which received an exemption to serve eight U.S. points from New York. RAM has operated scheduled service between Casablanca and New York since 1975.