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Royal Air Maroc selects GEnx engines to power additional Boeing Dreamliners

Posted 28 December 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) chose the GEnx-1B engine to power its two additional Boeing 787 Dreamliners. This order brings the airline's GEnx-powered 787 Dreamliner fleet to seven aircraft. The engine order is valued at more than $100 million (USD) list price.


"RAM's order for additional GEnx-1B engines demonstrates the airline's confidence and trust in the engine," said Chaker Chahrour, vice president and general manager of Global Sales and Marketing for GE Aviation. "GE Aviation and RAM have forged a strong relationship, and we are very proud to provide the engine power for the airline's growth plans."

 

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