Royal Air Maroc (AT, Casablanca Int'l) is considering expanding its widebody freighter fleet in the near future, following more than 12 months of successful operations with its initial B767-300(BCF).

Salim Quouninich, VP Cargo, Royal Air Maroc, told industry publication Cargo Facts that the African carrier is actively researching whether a mix of narrow and widebody freighter types could be added to its existing cargo fleet, although no firm decision on the type or number of aircraft has been made. When referring to the ch-aviation schedules module, RAM's cargo network this winter currently spans flights to Algiers, Bamako, Brussels National, Dakar Blaise Diagne Int'l, Milan Malpensa, Niamey, and Ouagadougou.

In June 2018, RAM inducted its first B767-300(BCF) into its freighter fleet, replacing its existing operations with its B737-300(F) aircraft, which was withdrawn from service in May 2018. The initial B767-300(BCF), CN-ROW (msn 30008), was originally a passenger aircraft utilised by the airline, until it was converted by Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) as part of a deal inked in 2017.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, RAM's widebody passenger fleet currently entails five B787-8s and four B787-9s, with two aged 767-300s in passenger configuration, CN-RNT (msn 30843) and CN-RNS (msn 30115), the latter of which has been inactive since September 2. CN-RNT is due to be retired shortly. Cargo Facts speculates that these aircraft could also be converted to freighters following their retirement from passenger service.