The Wings of Morocco

Now part-way through a comprehensive fleet renewal programme, holder of a prestigious four-star rating from Skytrax and soon to become Africa’s first full member of oneworld, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) is very much on the up. Matteo Legnani travelled to Casablanca to hear about the airline’s recent successes and its plans to dominate the skies over Western Africa.


Speaking exclusively to Airliner World, RAM CEO Abdelhamid Addou explained: “We were once again certified four-star last June, demonstrating that our quality of service is constantly aligned with the best international standards.”

A Royal Air Maroc Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on landing.

The accolade was one of just several highlights for the carrier, coming hot on the heels of RAM’s South American debut – via a new link to São Paulo – and coinciding with the arrival of its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner complete with an all-new business class cabin, lie-flat seating and a revamped in-flight entertainment system.

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