Royal Air Maroc (RAM), set to become the 14th member of the oneworld alliance, is strengthening its position in north Africa as its fleet grows and the carrier’s home hub in Casablanca brings more capacity online. Plans for the state-owned Moroccan carrier to join oneworld were announced in December 2018, with full membership expected in mid-2020. RAM recently accepted its first examples of the Boeing 787-9 and 737 MAX 8, with three of each type still to come. With RAM in the fold, ...

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