Morocco suspends all passenger flights from Monday for two weeks

Morocco suspends all passenger flights for two weeks from Monday – medias24

Morocco is suspending all flights to the Kingdom for two weeks.

November 28, 2021 at 3:17 pm.

Revised at 4:50 pm on November 28, 2021.

Morocco is suspending all flights to the Kingdom for two weeks.

Inter-Ministerial COVID Monitoring Committee announces suspension of all direct passenger flights for the Kingdom of Morocco for two weeks, starting at 11:59 pm on Monday, November 29, 2021. So starting from Tuesday till zero o’clock.

“This decision comes as a result of the rapid spread of the new Omicron variant, especially in Europe and Africa, and to preserve the gains made by Morocco in the fight against the pandemic.

“Assessment of the situation will be carried out regularly to adjust necessary measures if necessary”, concludes the press release relayed by the MAP agency.

The words “to Morocco” indicate that flights abroad from Morocco will remain in place for the time being. But reliable sources have told us that it is a Complete suspension of scheduled flights in both directions, by flights Special repatriation will be authorized To repatriate foreigners stranded in Morocco, such as tourists for example, in accordance with prior state-by-state agreements, on a case-by-case basis. Therefore, Suspension of all flights in both directions, the possibility of special outgoing flights from Morocco.

for the same duration and with the suspension of passenger boats (see below) in both directions, so it is a question of Moroccan borders closing,

Passenger shipping lines suspended for two weeks from Monday

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