Royal Air Maroc selects the E190


According to Aviation Tribune, Morocco’s Royal Air Maroc will include the E190 as part of a fleet upgrade, to open new routes and increase the number of short and medium-haul frequencies from its hub in Casablanca.

The airline has signed a lease agreement for four E-Jets with Aldus Aviation, the Irish specialist E-Jet lessor.

Royal Air Maroc’s E190s will be configured with 96 seats – 12 Business Class seats and 84 Economy Class seats – and will be deployed on European and West African routes from the national carrier’s base at Mohammed V International Airport.

These aircraft will join a fleet of approximately 70 E-Jets already in operation within Africa, with EgyptAir Express, Kenya Airways, and LAM all operating the aircraft.