Morocco’s Aerospace Sector Reaching A Strong Growth

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Last week, Government of Morocco launched the opening of Aeronautics Nouacer InstituteMorocco’s Aerospace Sector Reaching A Strong Growth Specialized Trades Aeronautics and the Airport Logistics (ISMALA), an institute specializing the fields of aeronautics as an initial step for the country’s aerospace high gear.
With an image of destination of choice for aviation operators worldwide, Morocco seems to have taken great strides on the path of development of this industry with great potential.
To make aerospace sector a true center of attraction of investments, Kingdom of Morocco resolute to support its development through the implementation of concrete measures for the country to build in real platform for business cibles.
Ces include measures relating to the development of Morocco offer investors the aviation sector, the establishment of a training program tailored to the sector and the establishment of dedicated integrated industrial platforms.
The estimated potential of these measures is approximately 4 billion dirhams of gross domestic product (GDP) and additional lead to the creation of about 15,000 new direct jobs by clear 2015.En, aircraft based in the United will know in the next few years, a new phase in its development with the arrival of new businesses as well as further integration of technology and value.
Certainly, the Kingdom has developed in recent year’s aerospace quality platform, in terms of international competitiveness.
Historically, over the past few years, the top speed to Morocco to say now, as the destination of choice for leaders in the aviation industry internationally.
Given the profound restructuring facing the aviation industry internationally, this industry booming in Morocco, represents a major opportunity, especially as the United focuses its efforts on industrial recovery pathways for which the country has clear competitive advantages and usable through development programs dedicated.
Indeed, the sector, strong growth in the world, with order books of nearly one thousand planes over the next five years and sustained growth of 5% over 20 years, is facing an overhaul complete its industrial map with the arrival of so-called “low-cost” competitors, exercise strong pressure on prices and major technological changes.