Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Terminal Velocity

So, with 2 days left until I leave for vacation, I received, this morning, this timely little announcement from the fine folks at Royal Air Maroc:

Terminal 3 of the Casablanca Mohammed V airport has just been commissioned on May 01, 2006 in order to face up to air traffic growth and to ensure better conditions of comfort and security to passengers. This new boarding space with an area of 600 square meters is equipped with 3 (count 'em, 3! ~ CinR) additional check-in counters, a VIP lounge, duty-free shops, a point of sale for tobacco and newspapers, restaurants, a foreign exchange bank, and free and permanent shuttles ensuring the transfer between terminals 1 and 3 of the airport. A life space, including recreational and relaxation areas is also planned, in the very short term. With these new facilities, Royal Air Maroc and the Moroccan Airport Authority (ONDA) thus plan to offer you an optimal quality of service and reception, for your greatest satisfaction.

In case you're wondering, there is no Terminal 2.

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