• Royal Air Maroc intends to amplify its fleet from approximately 50 to 200 aircraft by 2037.

  • This expansion aligns with Morocco's objective to attract 65 million annual travelers by 2037 and underpins large-scale investment projects.

  • The airline will introduce new international connections, while the government has plans to elevate Casablanca airport to be among Africa's top three hubs.

Royal Air Maroc, in conjunction with the Moroccan government, has set ambitious plans to expand its fleet from around 50 to 200 aircraft by 2037. 

This significant agreement, inked with Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch on 11 July, aims to bolster the nation's air transport sector as a key driver of economic growth, aligning with Morocco's vision to welcome 65 million travelers annually by 2037.

Touted as a "historic milestone" by the airline, this forward-looking development plan is expected to enhance the Moroccan state's stake in the airline's capital, further facilitating its broad investment initiatives, digitization, and service enhancement endeavors.

Furthering its commitment to global connectivity, Royal Air Maroc, a Oneworld alliance member, will introduce new international routes and reinforce its domestic network. Additionally, the government aims to transform Casablanca airport into a premier gateway, striving to rank it among Africa's top three hubs in terms of traffic and connectivity.

Currently, the airline's fleet predominantly features Boeing 787-8s, -9s, 737-800s, 737 Max jets, and Embraer 190s.