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Cheap Flights to Morocco ($350 TOTAL from NYC)

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I went to Marrakesh last year and absolutley loved it. When I went in January, it was sunny and 60s during the day. I imagine it would be a great spring getaway.

These are on British Airways/ Iberia/ AA planes. Double check before you book to make sure you fare class earns on AA (click here for the earning matrix for Iberia booked flights).

I just did a dummy booking on of JFK-CAS (Casablanca) March 1 – March 10 and it came to $350.55 on a mix of British Airways and Iberia.

Book it now before its gone!

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