Royal Air Maroc (RAM) will acquire 9 Boeing aircraft (787 and 737) between December and February to strengthen its fleet.
Rabat – RAM will also launch three new routes from Casablanca to three capitals as of next April. The added destinations are Amman, Jordan; Abuja, Nigeria and Vienna, Austria, announced the company’s CEO, Abdelhamid Addou.
“RAM plans to launch these new routes to target new Arab, European and African passengers and thus strengthen the company’s position as a key carrier, particularly in Africa,” he told MAP on the sidelines of the 51st General Assembly of the Arab Air Carriers’ Organization (AACO), which took place in Cairo from October 5-7.
The reopening of the Casablanca-Amman line alongside the launch of the Casablanca-Miami route “should reinforce our objective of expanding our Arab clientele (…) strengthening Morocco’s tourist appeal,” said RAM’s CEO.
Mr. Addou added that the Casablanca-Abuja connection would extend RAM’s African network, improving the airline’s positioning on the continent.