Last Sunday, the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Abroad announced that Moroccan authorities have decided to resume flights to and from the Kingdom until Tuesday, June 15, 2021, insisting that these flights will be carried out under exceptional approval Moroccan airspace is still closed.
On Twitter, Foreign Ministry Director General Diplomacy Najle Pembarek provided more details. “All airlines will be licensed (not just RAM and Air Arabia),” he tweeted.
Licensed for all airlines (not just RAM & Air Arabia)
– நஜ்லே பெம்பரேகா (najlaebb) June 6, 2021
For their part, many airlines have announced the resumption of flights on social networks, however without disclosing the plan.
From June 15, 2021, Air Arabia will operate special flights between Morocco and Europe.
Travelers are invited to follow the travel conditions set by the Moroccan government and to submit their A&P lists of travel from European or European countries.
– Laila McBall (ala Laila McBall) June 6, 2021
Morocco reopens its airspace!
Moroccan officials have announced a gradual reopening of air borders from June 15. pic.twitter.com/BgxtTnKrd4
– ranstransavia France (ranstransaviaFR) June 7, 2021