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Inflight Dublin and Royal Air Maroc announce partnership

Posted 19 April 2016 · Add Comment

Inflight Dublin (IFD) has announced its partnership with Royal Air Maroc (RAM), which will see it provide a wide range of video and audio content, as well as bespoke solutions for the airline's web and print platforms.

Under the partnership, IFD will help RAM to double the amount of content that it offers to its passengers. It will also create a bespoke IFE Microsite that will be available in three languages, which will showcase the large variety of content and other services that will be available

The new agreement comes during a period of growth and expansion for RAM. Having opened a route to Sao Paolo in November 2014, RAM has expanded its South American itinerary to include another Brazilian hotspot. From May 6, passengers will be able to travel to Rio de Janeiro from RAM’s Mohammed V International Airport hub in Casablanca.

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