The Moroccan company already operates nine Boeing 787-8 and -9 in its fleet and was previously listed as an anonymous customer in Boeing’s order table.
The Moroccan company Royal Air Maroc took advantage of the Dubai show to confirm the order for two additional Boeing 787-9s, in addition to the nine Dreamliners that it already operates in its fleet.
Already nine Boeing 787s in the fleet
“The two Boeing 787-9s will allow Royal Air Maroc to expand its long-haul network in the short term in response to the very favorable market conditions in 2023,” says Abdelhamid Addou, CEO of Royal Air Maroc. “At the same time, the company is actively pursuing its objective of quadrupling its fleet before 2037.” Royal Air Maroc has added a mix of nine Boeing 787-8s and -9s to its long-haul fleet over the past nine years. Until now, the Moroccan company appeared as an anonymous customer in Boeing’s order and delivery tables.
Royal Air Maroc is a member of the oneworld alliance and flies to 82 destinations around the world. Its current fleet in service consists of 44 aircraft (28 Boeing 737-800, 2 Boeing 737 MAX, 1 Boeing 767-300, 5 Boeing 787-8, 4 Boeing 787-9 and 4 Embraer 190).