Royal Air Maroc has ordered four Boeing 787-9
Dreamliners, valued at $1.1 billion at list prices.
Royal Air Maroc, which has already taken
delivery of five 787-8s, flies the 787s on international routes from Casablanca
to North America, South America, the Middle East and Europe. The
four additional aircraft will enable it to expand its
"Today Royal Air Maroc has direct flights to 80
international destinations. Thanks to our unique position as a
geographic hub and high quality of service, we bring customers
from all over the world to their destinations. With more than 850
flights per month to Africa, Royal Air Maroc has the broadest
presence across the continent of any airline," said Abdelhamid
Addou, CEO and Chairman of Royal Air Maroc. He added, "Our vision
is to be the leading airline in Africa in terms of quality of
service, quality of planes and connectivity. Ordering
new-generation planes such as the Dreamliner puts our airline on
the right track to fulfill our vision."
Casablanca-based carrier operates a domestic network throughout
Morocco and serves more than 80 destinations across Africa, the
Middle East, Europe, North America and South America.
Royal Air Maroc,