Boeing and Royal Air Maroc firmed up the carrier's July order for four 787s plus an option yesterday. RAM intends to use the aircraft on services to North America and on new routes in the Middle East and Africa. The first Dreamliner is scheduled for delivery in 2008. "The advantages the 787 brings to our long-haul fleet operations will allow RAM to expand profitably," Chairman and CEO Mohamed Berrada said.

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