Royal Air Maroc has ordered 4 Boeing 787-9 aircraft
At the end of last year, Royal Air Maroc commissioned 4 Boeing 787-9 aircraft. The aircraft will contribute to the growth of the international routes network.
On 27 December 2017, Boeing and Royal Air Maroc announced the agreement for 4 Boeing 787-9 aircraft. The order is valued at 1.1 billion dollars, at the list price of airplanes.
Royal Air Maroc, which has already taken over five 787-8 aircraft, will develop its Dreamliner fleet at 9 units. Currently, Morocco's airline flies with 787 on international routes, from Casablanca to destinations in North America, South America, the Middle East and Europe. The new aircraft will facilitate the extension of services in these regions.
4 Boeing 787-9 Royal Air Maroc aircraft
In 2017, Royal Air Maroc celebrated 60's anniversary. The fleet includes more than 56 of Boeing aircraft, including 737, 767-300ER, 787 and 747-400. The carrier from Casablanca operates an internal network throughout Morocco, but it also flies to 80 from destinations in Africa, the Middle East, Europe, North and South America.
Returning to the 787-9 Dreamliner, it is longer 6 meters than the 787-8 and can carry up to 290 passengers (standard configuration in 2 classes) over a radius of up to 14.140 kilometers. The Dreamliner family of aircraft come with numerous passenger facilities: larger windows, larger luggage compartments, LED ambient light, more comfortable cabin pressure for passengers.