EU and Morocco reached an open skies agreement Wednesday that will go into effect next year pending parliamentary ratification. The deal allows the Moroccan government to avoid spending approximately $3.29 billion to expand Royal Air Maroc's fleet by the 60 aircraft required to accommodate increasing tourism, Reuters reported. RAM chief Mohamed Berrada told state news agency MAP he did not fear impending competition. "The competition will not play out on Morocco only," he said. "That ...

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