in Maintenance

Royal Air Maroc welcomes first GEnx-powered Boeing 787-9 Aircraft

Posted 13 December 2018 · Add Comment

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has received its first GEnx-1B-powered Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. RAM will eventually operate a fleet of nine GEnx-powered B787 Dreamliners.

“This delivery celebration for the first GEnx-powered Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners marks our continuing efforts to grow our fleet and expand our long-haul routes to North and South America, the Middle East and Europe,” said Abdelhamid Addou, chief executive officer of Royal Air Maroc. “We welcome the new aircraft into our growing B787 fleet.”

“GE Aviation and RAM have developed a strong relationship over the last decades, providing engines and maintenance for the majority of the airline’s fleet and partnering on innovation and digital projects to enhance their operations,” said Chaker Chahrour, vice president and general manager of Global Sales and Marketing for GE Aviation. “This delivery is another milestone in our relationship, and we wish RAM much success on its expansion efforts.”

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

IATA Regional Aviation Forum opens in Nairobi

The IATA Regional Aviation Forum in Nairobi was officially opened this morning by Aaron Munetsi, director of government and international affairs – AFRAA.

IATA Forum: The importance of air transport in Kenya

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) presented its latest study on the economic value of air transport and tourism to Kenya at the IATA Regional Aviation Forum in Nairobi and identified opportunities for significant

EgyptAir in codeshare with United Airlines

EgyptAir has entered a codeshare agreement with United Airlines.

Desert dust’s open season on engines

Maintenance trends in Africa map the prevailing weather conditions. During the Harmattan season, for example, MROs usually notice a spike in engine-related events.

Ethiopian launches ‘Feel Addis’ app

Passengers flying Ethiopian with layover between 8 and 24 hours in Addis Ababa are set to have their end-to-end layover experience transformed in a whole new way with the launch of the airline’s digitised transit package dubbed Feel

Benefits from pan-African outlook

African aviation is prone to frequent change, according to AJW group sales director, Hafsah Abdulsalam.

Aviationgate SK1007101019
See us at
MEBAA BT2006260919AVMENA20 BT1309100620AVAFA20BT2207050320Dubai AS BT2006211119