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IATA AGM 2014: Royal Air Maroc remains in black following restructuring

IATA AGM 2014: Royal Air Maroc remains in black following restructuring

3 June 2014 Focus

Royal Air Maroc its likely to maintain its return to profitability for the third year after a radical restructuring of the airline continued to pay dividend. The carrier is also set to bolster its positive momentum later the year, as it becomes the latest airline to take delivery of the revolutionary Boeing Dreamliner. 

ATR and Royal Air Maroc sign a global maintenance agreement

ATR and Royal Air Maroc sign a global maintenance agreement

9 January 2014 Airline News

ATR, the European manufacturer of turboprop aircraft, and the national Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc have announced the signature of a Global Maintenance Agreement for the airline’s new fleet of ATR ‘-600’ aircraft. Signed for an initial period of four years, the contract covers the four ATR 72-600s already owned by the airline.

Jetblue Airways partners with Royal Air Maroc

Jetblue Airways partners with Royal Air Maroc

5 October 2012 Airline News

New York carrier JetBlue Airways has partnered with Royal Air Maroc to connect each other’s networks and bring new flight options to travellers between Africa and the Americas. Through the arrangement, effective immediately, travellers can book single-ticket travel combining flights on both carriers with one-stop baggage check-in.

Royal Air Maroc selects FinesseMBSTM

Royal Air Maroc selects FinesseMBSTM

2 September 2012 Press Release Airline News Travel Technology News

Accelya Kale Solutions Limited is part of the Accelya Group, a leading solution provider to the Airline and Travel industry, today announced that, Royal Air Maroc, the flag carrier airline of Morocco, has selected Accelya Kale’s FinesseMBSTM to automate and standardise the entire Miscellaneous billing process.

Royal Air Maroc orders Dreamliner

7 December 2005 Press Release Airline News

Boeing and Royal Air Maroc announced the firm-order agreement for four 787 Dreamliners with an option for the purchase of one additional airplane.