Morocco gets a new Boeing 737-800 aircraft


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Morocco gets a new Boeing 737-800 aircraft

Morocco’s Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has taken delivery of a new generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the second such aircraft the state-owned airline has received this year. The acquisition of the aircraft is part of the RAM’s programme to “beef up and m odernise its fleet”, the airline said in a statement here. In 2007, RAM took delivery of two new generation Boeing 737 and another one in February 2008. It also plans to receive another Boeing 737-800 in October 2008. The airline said the purchases showed its determination to consolidate its polic y to expand and modernise its fleet to support the development and diversification of its international network. In November 2005, RAM and manufacturer Boeing signed a contract for the acquisit ion of five latest long-haul planes for a total cost of US$ 650 million.

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