Photo Credits: Maarten Dols @ planespotters.net
Royal Air Maroc (Aka RAM) is the national airline of Morocco, a country in Northern Africa across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain the the rest of continental Europe.
RAM was founded in 1957, and acquired it’s first jet aircraft (an Sud Aviation Caravelle) in 1958, by 1980 it had a smaller sized fleet which included a Boeing 747-200B and seven 727-200, in the 1990s a order for a single Boeing 747-400 was made and the aircraft served RAM’s North American routes until 2002 when it was replaced by two leased Boeing 767s.
More recently (April 1st 2020) Royal Air Maroc became OneWorld’s 14th member, painting one of their Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in to a amazing OneWorld livery you can vote for Here
Royal Air Maroc’s main hub is located at Mohammed V international Airport in Casablanca, Morocco along with RAM’s Subsidiaries, RAM Express and RAM Cargo.
RAM received their first Boeing 737ng model in the Early 2000s and painted it in the unimaginative eurowhite livery we currently have in IF, more recently the RAM fleet was painted into a beautiful new, red white and green livery in 2018 to celebrate the delivery of their first Boeing 737 MAX
I hope you love this livery as much as I do, If so leave a vote