Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has ordered four Boeing 787-9s in a deal which will increase its Dreamliner fleet to nine. Boeing announced the new order Dec. 27, saying it was worth $1.1 billion at list prices and that the aircraft were listed as unidentified on Boeing's orders & deliveries website, including two 787s purchased in December 2016 and two purchased in December 2017. RAM, which has already taken delivery of five 787-8s, flies the widebodies on routes from Casablanca to North ...

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