Royal Air Maroc selected a five-year, TrueChoice Overhaul agreement for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of the CF34-10E engines powering its four EMBRAER E190 aircraft. With this agreement, GE Aviation will be the service provider for all of Royal Air Maroc's GE engines.

"Royal Air Maroc and GE have developed a strong relationship, and this agreement demonstrates the airline's confidence in our service capabilities," said Jean Lydon-Rodgers, president and chief executive officer of GE Engine Services.

In addition to the CF34-powered E190s, Royal Air Maroc operates 37 CFM56-powered Boeing 737s, four CF6-80C2-powered Boeing 767s and one CF6-80C2-powered Boeing 747. In December, the airline received its fifth GEnx-powered Boing 787 Dreamliner.

Beyond engine and service support, GE Aviation and Royal Air Maroc are working together to advance the airline's innovation and digital strategies.

The TrueChoice suite of engine maintenance offerings incorporates an array of GE capabilities and customization across an engine's lifecycle. The TrueChoice suite includes:

TrueChoice Flight Hour helps optimize cost of ownership over the engine lifecycle with flexible risk transfer and payment options.

TrueChoice Overhaul provides time and material overhauls with tailored workscopes specific to shop visit objectives, economic priorities and ownership horizon-for one engine or a fleet.

TrueChoice Material offers high-quality new and used OEM parts, advanced repairs and technology upgrades to enhance engine performance and support higher engine residual value.

TrueChoice Transitions includes a range of options for changing ownership horizons, such as green time leases, exchanges and material buy-back, plus customized workscopes with shorter builds and maximum used material. For lessors, GE offers products specifically designed to accommodate a change in owner or operator.

Each of the TrueChoice offerings is underpinned by GE Aviation's data and analytic capabilities and experience to help reduce maintenance burden and service disruptions for customers.

Headquartered in Casablanca, Royal Air Maroc operates a young fleet of aircraft to more than 110 destinations, including 20 national and more than 90 international with regular frequencies from the largest capitals in Europe, North America, South America, North Africa, Africa, and the Middle East. For more information, visit