As part of its fleet expansion plans, Royal Air Maroc (RAM), the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Morocco, has taken delivery of its first Boeing 767-300ER. "We were impressed by the 767's operating costs, range and improved cabin," said Mohamed Berrada, RAM chairman and CEO. RAM selected the 767 after in-depth analysis of the competing product. Boeing and RAM have had a business relationship since 1970, when RAM took delivery of a 727-200. The carrier currently operates a fleet of 31 Boeing airplanes, including the 737-200, -400, -500, -700 and -800; 747-200, 747-400; and 757-200. The second 767-300ER in the order is scheduled for delivery next month.