Under this program contract, RAM will quadruple its air fleet, which will increase from 50 aircraft currently to 200 aircraft over the next 15 years. RAM will also ensure the development of air links accompanying the strategic roadmap of the tourism sector, through opening up to new international destinations, also with the aim of strengthening ties between the Moroccan community established abroad and the motherland, as well as the opening up of a set of regions in the Kingdom, through the strengthening of domestic air links by setting up 46 new services. In order to strengthen the presence of national and international airlines, the Casablanca Air Hub will be developed as a connecting platform connecting major international hubs. Mohammed V airport would thus be positioned in the top 3 in Africa in terms of traffic and connectivity. It should be recalled that this program contract is part of the government’s support for the strategic roadmap of the tourism sector 2023-2026, which aims to position Morocco among the major world tourist destinations, with 17.5 million tourists, 120 billion dirhams in foreign exchange earnings and the creation of 80,000 direct and 120,000 indirect job opportunities, in addition to strengthening the role of the tourism sector in attracting investment and creating businesses.