Royal Air Maroc jumps in the global rankings of the best companies

Royal Air Maroc jumps in the global rankings of the best companies

Royal Air Maroc continues to develop, not only in quantitative terms, but also in qualitative terms. As proof of this, the Commercial Aviation Reference Ranking ranks the Moroccan company 66 .e Field. It is thus one of six African companies in the world’s top 100 companies.

The Moroccan National Company starts from 81e put in 66e in the 2022 ranking. Thus, Royal Air Maroc has shown continuous progress since entering the list of the world’s 100 best companies in 2017 at 97e Field. While Algerians and Tunisians never stop complaining about the poor services of their national companies, RAM asserts itself as a leading regional player.

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Every year since 1999, Skytrax publishes its annual survey (Link in English) to satisfy customers of the air carrier. Top 100 Airlines in the world reviews 350 airlines from all continents. They are evaluated on the basis of the quality of all their categories (economy, business and first class), and their services at the airport. A total of 13 million passengers contributed to the arrangement.

As in 2021, Qatar Airways won the title of Best Airline in the World. It is followed by Singapore Airlines, which holds the place for dolphins. Emirates (+1 place), All Nippon Airways (-1) and Qantas Australia (+3). In total, six of the 10 largest Asian companies. The first European company is Turkish Airlines (7e) and Air France (8e).

6 African companies in the top 100 companies

Six African airlines appear in the ranking. Ethiopian Airlines – arrives 26e, an increase of 11 places. With 134 aircraft and 127 destinations, the company founded by Hailé Sélassié has consistently dominated African aviation since becoming part of the Top 100.

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Royal Air Maroc continues to grow and now has 53 aircraft serving 99 destinations. Since 2017, the Moroccan company has gradually outperformed all of its African competitors except for the Ethiopians. This year again, it has made an impressive increase of 15 places, passing ahead of Portuguese Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines and even American Airlines. Royal Air Maroc was awarded “Best Regional Airline in Africa” ​​with Ethiopian Airlines. The latter also receives awards in the business and economics categories in particular.

Other African Companies in the Top 100 South African Airlines 79e (-12) Kenya Airways 81e (-2) Air Mauritius 88e (-6). Also note the good progress of EgyptAir, which entered the global elite directly in the year 95e above (+26).

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