The transportation of bicycles is not included in the baggage allowance (see taxation of sporting equipment). They are only accepted in checked baggage.
The pedals must be removed or placed inside. The wheels can be removed and attached to each side of the frame, while the tyres may remain inflated.
The transportation of petrol engines is not included in the baggage allowance. Mopeds, motorcycles, portable generators and any other vehicle with an engine are permitted on air transport, provided that the entire fuel system is completely dry, including carburettor, fuel tank, pump and pipework. Any system that is not properly dry will be refused registration.
The transportation of oil on board RAM flights is forbidden, whether in the hold or in the cabin.
The transportation of exposed television sets is prohibited, regardless of the dimensions. Solid packaging is mandatory. They can be accepted in the cabin but must constitute the sole authorised cabin baggage item (115 cm). In the hold, they will be accompanied by a special "accepted with reservations" label.
WEAPONS AMMUNITION PARTS THEREOF
The transportation of firearms and other weapons and their ammunition, including those intended for hunting or sport, may only be tolerated in the hold, provided that such weapons are unloaded, subject to the agreement of Special cases.
An officer of the border authority is asked to authenticate the documents authorizing this transport and to ensure, also, that these weapons are actually unloaded.
Once the weapons are checked, out of sight of the passengers, they must be well packaged, separated from their ammunition. The transport of these must be in accordance with the Dangerous Goods Regulations, and must be securely packaged, ammunition (small arms ammunition) of Division 1.4S (UN 0012 or UN 0014 only), in quantities not exceeding 5 kg of gross weight per person, reserved for the personal use of that person. Franchises of several persons must not be combined into one or more packages.
The transportation of ammunition with explosive or incendiary projectiles is strictly prohibited on board of Royal Air Maroc .
BATTERY POWERED WHEELCHAIRS
They are accepted provided that:
The storage battery is fixed securely to the chair.
The two battery terminals are disconnected and isolated, by the use of an adhesive strip.
|Passengers||Franchise||Baggage transported free of charge||Fees|
|Infant||10 kg||Buggy or carrycot|
|Reduced-mobility passenger||Normal franchise||Wheelchair or walker||Excess: Normal fee|
|Passenger with guide dog||Normal franchise||Guide dog||Excess: Normal fee|
|Passenger on stretcher with a safety assistant||1 additional piece for each person, to be detailed on the tickets||Excess: Normal fee|
|Extra Seat +CBBG||1 additional piece, to be detailed on ticket||Excess: Normal fee|
Limited Baggage Restriction
Certain items can be exceptionally transported: Pacemaker implants after operation.
Medicines and toiletries, necessary or useful during the flight, carried in hand or checked baggage
For flights departing from airports in North America and the European Union, the transport of certain products is subject to the following restrictions:
- Liquid medications (insulin, syrups) are accepted with a prescription in the name of the passenger.
- Liquids and tubes of cream not exceeding 100ml must be placed in transparent plastic bags 20cm x 20cm.
- Dry ice used for packing perishables in hand baggage, is limited to 2kg.
- Alcoholic beverages (not exceeding 70 ° alcohol), perfumes, colognes: the net quantity of alcoholic liquid in each container should not exceed 5l, and the total net amount of perfume or cologne transported by each passenger should not exceed 2l and the net quantity of each individual item in should not be more than 0.5 l.
- Articles for smoking for the personal use of the passenger carried on their person. However, lighter fuel and refills, and lighters containing unabsorbed liquid fuel are prohibited.
- Therapeutic oxygen