Boeing 767-300 - Royal Air Maroc
Royal Air Maroc received two Boeing 767-300 aircraft in 2002. Another widebody type in the fleet of the national airline of Morocco is the Boeing 747.
The airline was formed in 1953 out of a merger of Air Maroc and Air Atlas and named Compagnie Chérifienne de Transport Aérien (C.C.T.A.). In 1957 the Moroccan government took a controlling stake in the airline, after it was renamed Royal Air Maroc (RAM).
One of the 767s is shown on the picture while taxiing at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Behind it is another Boeing 767-300 of the Dutch charter airline ArkeFly.