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Fri, Jul 11, 2003

Royal Air Maroc's Newest 737 Ready for PAX

Higher, Faster, Farther: the Mark of the NG 737s

Royal Air Maroc has just received its newest 737-800. The Morocco-based carrier continues to develop its routes to destinations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East with the new medium-range airplane. This delivery marks the first of 20 additional 737s the carrier will receive.

"These new 737s will allow us to increase capacity while complementing the country's forecast for growth in tourism to the region," said Mohamed Berrada, Royal Air Maroc chairman and chief executive officer. "We are very pleased to operate the 737, one of the most cost efficient and reliable airplanes in the market."

Morocco's flag-carrier operates scheduled passenger and cargo services from Casablanca to points in Morocco, North and West Africa, Europe and the Middle East, as well as New York. Royal Air Maroc operates a fleet of 30 Boeing airplanes that include 737s, 757s, 767s and 747s.

"Providing reliable and durable products like the 737 will help Royal Air Maroc exceed passenger expectations," said Doug Groseclose, Boeing Commercial Airplanes vice president of International Sales. "We look forward to being a part of the growth of Royal Air Maroc."

The digitally-designed 737-600s/-700s/-800s/-900s are the newest and most technologically advanced airplanes in the single-aisle market. Outfitted with a new wing and more powerful engines, the new 737s can fly higher, faster and farther than previous models and its nearest competitor.

In addition, the new 737's flight deck features the latest liquid-crystal flat-panel displays and is designed to accommodate new communications and flight management capabilities that promise to reduce flight delays and enhance flight-crew efficiency.

Since its inception, 215 airlines have purchased more than 5,200 737s, making it the best-selling commercial airplane in history.

FMI: www.royalairmaroc.com; www.boeing.com/commercial/737family/flash.html

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