Independent market intelligence, research and data solutions provider, CAPA - Centre for Aviation, also reported RAM will be replacing Boeing B767 with B787 equipment on the route this October.
The airline also operates four times weekly between Casablanca and São Paulo Guarulhos with Boeing B787 equipment.
According to its official Facebook page, RAM has, during its 59 years of existence, always invested into renewing and modernising its fleet It has regularly expanded its network by opening new routes on five continents, and by multiplying frequencies, to better meet the needs of its customers.
“RAM is continually pursuing a policy of excellence and advanced technology. Quality of service is a key issue for RAM's competitiveness and a strategic orientation of the group's policy,” the RAM page writes.