Top News on Royal Air Maroc

  • Focus on visual approach put A319 on wrong runway

    Pilots of an Air France Airbus A319 erroneously landed on the wrong runway at Casablanca after accepting a visual approach and failing to notice that the...

  • Other News for Royal Air Maroc

  • KLM 747 de-icer shunt echoed fatal Montreal collision

    Supervisory inexperience and communication problems resulted in a de-icing worker being badly injured after a KLM...

  • IN FOCUS: Global MRO providers seek closer links with Middle Eastern carriers

    Enormous expansion by Gulf carriers and demand for direct customer contact have drawn international MRO providers to...

  • ATR offering new Armonia cabin for -500 turboprops

    ATR is offering its Armonia cabin interior as a line-fit option for new customers of its -500 series turboprops - a...

  • News Listings for Royal Air Maroc

  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 19-26 January 2015

    News | 26 Jan 2015 10:32 | Olivier Bonnassies

    ​CASCO acquires 747-400SF for part out
  • RAM dismisses claims of Star membership

    News | 23 Jan 2015 12:55 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Royal Air Maroc has not reached a decision on joining one of the major airline groups, and is rejecting claims of a pending agreement with Star Alliance.
  • ANALYSIS: Denim Air targets growth with new aircraft and brand

    News | 21 Jan 2015 15:54 | Michael Gubisch

    Dutch ACMI operator Denim Air is planning to replace its legacy Fokker regional fleet and introduce narrowbodies, as it shifts focus from ad-hoc charters to scheduled operations with a new brand, "Fly Denim", aimed directly at passengers.
  • Royal Air Maroc selects GE as 787 engine MRO provider

    News | 12 Jan 2015 14:34 | Michael Gubisch

    Royal Air Maroc has picked manufacturer General Electric to maintain the GEnx engines powering its Boeing 787 fleet.
  • Royal Air Maroc mandates BNP Paribas for 787s' financing

    News | 16 Dec 2014 14:57 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Royal Air Maroc has mandated BNP Paribas to finance two Boeing 787 deliveries under a US Export-Import Bank financing structure, sources indicate.
  • ANALYSIS: African airlines hope for speedy recovery

    News | 16 Dec 2014 14:44 | Graham Dunn

    For Africa's airline industry, 2014 has been another year of muted progress, as geopolitical, social, and local factors continue to block the path to consistent profitability.