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Forbes: Morocco Is ‘Gateway’ to Africa’s ‘Aviation Renaissance’



According to Forbes from the edge of the Mediterranean, Morocco is forging an aviation path marked by impressive growth. As Airbus released their forecast of a 3.6% annual growth in demand for passenger traffic, the nation's strategic location, coupled with an investment-friendly climate, makes it an attractive proposition for international aviation businesses, including aircraft manufacturing.

For entrepreneurs and businesses, Morocco offers an open sky policy that encourages foreign investment and partnerships, paving the way for robust growth in its aviation sector.


Best Practices For Engaging In Morocco's Aviation Sector


Cultural Respect: Morocco values its rich history and diverse culture. Prioritize relationships and trust, respecting local traditions and business norms.

Open Sky Policy: Utilize Morocco's progressive open sky policy. This offers opportunities for joint ventures and partnerships in the aviation sector.

Localization: Partner with local entities. This aids in understanding regulatory processes and the domestic market.

Skill Development: Collaborate with Moroccan educational institutions. Investing in skills ensures a competent workforce for your operations.

Infrastructure Investment: Morocco aims to be an aviation hub due to its strategic position. Consider investments in infrastructure across both major and emerging areas.


Focus on Manufacturing and Maintenance

With its commitment to workforce development, technology adoption, and infrastructure enhancement, Morocco aims to become a leader in aerospace manufacturing, maintenance, and operations. The creation of specialized institutions like the Moroccan Aerospace Institute and the development of MRO facilities such as the Technopark in Casablanca and Tangier Aerospace City further highlight Morocco’s ambition in the aviation industry.

In conclusion, Morocco’s impressive growth in the aviation sector, driven by its strategic location, investment-friendly climate, and government support, positions it as Africa’s gateway to an aviation renaissance.

With its open sky policy, strong partnerships, and focus on manufacturing and maintenance, Morocco is paving the way for a thriving aviation industry in the region.

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