Royal Air Maroc is the national airline of the African country of Morocco.
It has been in existence since 1957, providing vital air links between the country’s main cities and destinations across Europe, Africa and North America. It has a particular emphasis on fights to France where many Moroccan nationals live and work.
Royal Air Maroc’s livery has always been fairly similar from its early days, which has been updated and modernised over the years, yet retains the similar overall white, with red and green cheat lines and sweeping star logo on the tail (which is based on the Moroccan flag).
In recent years Royal Air Maroc has updated its fleet significantly, adding Boeing 787 Dreamliners to supplement and grow its long-haul services. Its short- and medium-haul routes are mostly served by Embraer 190s and Boeing 737 Next Generation variants. Occasionally aircraft are leased in to add extra capacity, such as Nouvelair Airbus A320s.
A wholly-owned subsidiary, RAM Express, operates regional commuter flights with ATR 72 aircraft, whilst RAM Cargo operates a 737-300 freighter.
Hubs: Casablanca, Marrakech, Tangier, Paris Orly
Royal Air Maroc FleetATR 72-600 (RAM Express)
Boeing 737-300F (RAM Cargo)
Boeing 747-400 (Government use)