Morocco’s government has offered flag carrier Royal Air Maroc 1.6 billion dirhams ($193.3 million) to shore up its finances. The funds will be used to help the state-controlled airline cut its workforce by 30%, renew its fleet to reduce fuel consumption, and revamp its operations, reports Reuters. Royal Air Maroc is losing around 80 million dirhams per month after being hit hard by the Arab Spring, a terrorist suicide attack in Marrakesh as well as increase competition from low-cost carriers. Royal Air plans to sell four A321s and five 737-500s to reduce the average age of its fleet and will
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