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Morocco : Royal Air Maroc, a fleet multiplied by 4 by 2037

The Moroccan government and the airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM) have signed an agreement for the period 2023-2037. This agreement will have far-reaching consequences for the development of air transport in Morocco.

The aim is to expand the network of flights departing from Mohammed V airport in Casablanca. New destinations will be added.

By 2037, RAM aims to have a fleet of 200 aircraft, up from the current 50. Routes suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic will be gradually re-established. The “open skies” agreement with the European Union will facilitate the opening of direct flights between Moroccan and European cities.

During the health crisis, European routes were cut from 43 to 33. RAM had to adapt to global disruptions.

The ambitions are to transform Casablanca into a major air hub for Africa and to raise RAM to the level of the major global and regional airlines.

The Ministry of Transport is committed to expanding the range of flights to support RAM’s economy and international reputation.

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