Last Sunday, Moroccan officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Living Abroad announced that Moroccan authorities had decided to resume flights to and from the Kingdom by Tuesday, June 15, 2021, emphasizing that That these flights would be carried out under extraordinary authorizations. Given that Moroccan airspace is still closed.
On Twitter, Najla Benambarek, director of public diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, provided more details. It tweeted that “Licenses will be given to all airlines (not just RAM and Air Arabia)”.
All airlines to be licensed (not just RAM and Air Arabia)
— Najla Benambareki (@najlaebb) 6 June 2021
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For their part, several airlines have announced the resumption of flights on social networks, without disclosing the schedule.
From 15 June 2021 Air Arabia will operate special flights between Morocco and Europe
Travelers are invited to comply with the travel conditions set by the Moroccan government and to check the A and B lists of the countries they are traveling to or from European countries.
— Layla Mechbal (@Laila Mechbal) 6 June 2021
Morocco reopens its air border!
Moroccan authorities have announced a gradual reopening of air borders from 15 June. pic.twitter.com/BgxtTnKrd4
— Transavia France (@transaviaFR) June 7, 2021
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