Royal Air Maroc to Strengthen Fleet with Five Boeing 737 Aircraft from Air Lease Corporation

Air Lease Corporation announces $300 million deal for five Boeing 737 aircraft with Royal Air Maroc.

Royal Air Maroc's Boeing 737-8
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Air Lease Corporation (ALC) has announced a $300 million deal for long-term lease contracts for five Boeing 737 aircraft with Royal Air Maroc (AT), including four new Boeing 737-8s and one Boeing 737-800.

According to a statement by ALC, the new aircraft are scheduled to be delivered to the Moroccan flag carrier in 2024 from ALC’s order book with Boeing. These new contracts will augment the already placed ALC-owned aircraft operated by RAM.

“Through this agreement with esteemed partners as ALC, Royal Air Maroc will receive additional aircraft that will strengthen and modernize our operational fleet, enabling us to consistently enhance the quality of service for our customers, while also reducing our carbon footprint in line with our environmental commitment.”

Abdelhamid Addou, CEO of Royal Air Maroc.