Royal Air Maroc orders four Boeing Dreamliners

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2017/12/28 | 165 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT
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Morocco's Royal Air Maroc has ordered four 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft from US aviation giant Boeing for delivery at the end of next year, the two companies said Wednesday.The new aircraft, worth $1.1 billion at list price, would allow the flagship carrier "to expand its services, especially internationally", a Boeing statement said.The delivery "at the end of 2018" would bring to 60 the number of planes in the airline's fleet, an official at the Moroccan flagship carrier told AFP."RAM has fiv...(…)

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