Royal Air Maroc
Royal Air Maroc is the flag carrier of Morocco. It carried last year 7.3 million passengers on an average of 245 daily departures. Its current fleet of 55 aircraft is centered on Boeing 737-800s and Embraer 190s on short to medium-haul routes, with Boeing 787s flying longhaul services.
Under its five-year growth plan, its fleet will increase significantly, as it extends the reach of its network from the current 94 destinations to 121. It will also raise frequencies in many established markets making virtually all short and mediumhaul markets at least daily and, in many cases, multiple frequencies a day, turning its Casablanca base – where in the coming few weeks, it will move into a completely rebuilt, state-of-the-art Terminal 1 - into a fully-fledged transfer hub.
Royal Air Maroc offers a two-class Business and Economy product on most international routes, including seats that convert to angle lie-flat beds in its premium cabin.
It is undergoing significant investment in product and marketing, with a new brand image and marketing content, cabin refits, redesign and new uniforms all planned in the coming months. In the past five years, its improved service and quality levels have been recognised with Skytrax raising its quality rating to four stars.
Royal Air Maroc is to join oneworld, adding one of Africa’s leading and fastest growing airlines to the world’s premier airline alliance. Its election as a oneworld member designate was announced as the Chief Executives of the alliance’s 13 current member airlines gathered in New York for their year-end Governing Board meeting, just weeks before the alliance celebrates the 20th anniversary of its launch.
Royal Air Maroc is expected to be implemented into oneworld in mid-2020, when it will start flying alongside some of the biggest and best brands in the airline business.
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