Royal Air Maroc (AT, Casablanca Int'l) has ended B747-400 operations following its last remaining aircraft of the type's last commercial flight last month.

According to Air Journal, CN-RGA (msn 25629) conducted its last scheduled service on September 15 as AT208 Montréal Trudeau-Casablanca Int'l. The aircraft has since been placed into storage.

RAM is replacing its ageing B747 and B767 fleets with newer B787-8s and B787-9s (of which it has four on order from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare)). According to the ch-aviation fleets module, it has operated a total of two B747-400s along with a single B747-200(M).

RAM continues to operate a single B747-8(BBJ) for VIP flights.