A New Strategy Aspires To Double Royal Air Maroc’s Size

A Royal Air Maroc Boeing 787-9 lands at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport on March 13, marking the launch of the carrier’s first direct service to Israel from Morocco.
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Royal Air Maroc (RAM) finally celebrated its oneworld membership on March 17, two years after it joined the alliance. Now the Casablanca-based carrier is revisiting its growth strategy, which was also pushed sideways by the pandemic. “The first thing is to try to get back to normal and to get our...

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