Expand your exports with the Aerospace in Morocco (AIM) Program in Casablanca and Rabat,Morocco

February 20, 2017


Expand your exports with the Aerospace in Morocco (AIM) Program in Casablanca and Rabat,Morocco

The U.S. Foreign Commercial Service (USFCS) in Morocco, in collaboration with our Global Aerospace Team and Commercial Service Seattle, is pleased to invite you to participate in our upcoming Aerospace inMorocco (AIM) Program in Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco.

The USFCS Team will arrange and accompany you to multiple government, non-government and business meetings, as well as site visits, with the goal of exploring the business climate and opportunities in theaerospace sector in Morocco.

Why Aerospace in Morocco?

  • Morocco is a central basein the region with high-quality facilities
  • Over 110 international aeronautic and aerospace companiescurrently operating in Morocco
  • The aerospace industry in Morocco plans to double its capacityand number of operators and create 23,000 new jobs by 2020
  • Morocco boasts nearly 11,500 aviation professionals, of which 50 percent are women
  • The Casablanca Free Zone in Nouaceur (near the Casablanca Airport) is a designated Industrial Integrated Platform (P2i) with special support for investors in the aerospace sector

Best Industry Prospects

  • Maintenance for all types of Aircraft
  • Parts & Equipment Suppliers for Aircrafts and Airport Facilities
  • Pilot, Crew & Aerospace Mid-Management/Factory Training
  • Baggage Handling & Scanning Equipment
  • Air Navigation Control Systems
  • Radio Communication Systems

AIM Overview

This three-day program is designed to provide an efficient and streamlined introduction to the aerospace hubs in Morocco. Within this short timeframe, we are pleased to offer U.S. companies the opportunity to meet with high-level Moroccan Government and Ministry officials, as well as prospective private sector partners.


  • Schedule
Monday, April 10RabatArrival and networking evening
Tuesday, April 11RabatMeetings with Moroccan Government officials
Wednesday, April 12CasablancaVisits to key sites and B2B Meetings


· Agenda
To review our preliminary agenda, please click here.
  • Participation Fee
Company SizeRegistration Fee for 1 Company RepresentativeFee for 2nd Representative**

*Small Company is defined as a company with less than 500 employees

**Additional representatives follow the same B2B and government meeting schedules

The Participation fee (for all representatives) does not include:

  • Airfare
  • Hotels
  • Airport Transfers


To Register Your Interest:    http://go.usa.gov/x9MyF
More Information:  http://2016.export.gov/Morocco/aimm/index.asp


For Questions:  If you have any questions or to request registration information, please contact:
Diane Mooney, Director

U.S. Commercial Service, Seattle


Brenda VanHorn, Senior Commercial Officer

Casablanca, Morocco


Kenza El-Amrani, Commercial Specialist

Casablanca, Morocco