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Royal Air Maroc Finalizes Order for 10 Aircraft to Boost Fleet Capacity

Royal Air Maroc, is set to reinforce its fleet with the acquisition of 10 new aircraft, according to reports by TELQUEL. The airline has been engaged in discussions with American company Boeing and Brazilian manufacturer Embraer for several months, culminating in the finalization of these significant orders. The move comes as part of RAM’s ambitious growth strategy for 2037, which aims to quadruple its fleet by 2038.

The finalized aircraft orders consist of a combination of direct purchases and leasing contracts with an option for purchase. The Moroccan airline is set to add four new Boeing 787s to its fleet, including two 787-8 and two 787-9 models. Additionally, RAM has acquired four 737 MAX 8 aircraft to strengthen its capacity further.

In collaboration with Embraer, RAM has secured an agreement for two E190s, although specific details on whether they are from the E1 or E2 family were not disclosed. The article mentions that the four E-Jets currently operated by RAM are configured with 96 seats in two classes.

Beyond the orders already confirmed, Royal Air Maroc is actively negotiating with Boeing for a potential second deal. This prospective agreement involves seven 737 MAX 8s and three Dreamliners, signaling the airline’s commitment to bolstering its fleet with modern and efficient aircraft.

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