Air Arabia Maroc relaunches its international flights
The airline Air Arabia Maroc is finally relaunching its international operations from and to the kingdom after a long absence due to the pandemic.
AAM reported that the company’s flight program will include a direct link between several Moroccan cities and 50 European destinations, confirmed that all its crews are ready in order to ensure the re-launch of flights in the best conditions.
The same source pointed out that all Air Arabia flights “are taking place in strict conditions of the procedures imposed by the Moroccan authorities in order to ensure the health and safety of its customers and users.
The government had decided to work, with a set of procedures and measures in order to ensure the proper implementation of its decision to reopen the borders in the face of flights to and from the Kingdom, based on the legal requirements related to managing a state of health emergency, and based on the recommendations of the updated technical committee for this purpose.
A government decision clarified that these procedures and measures are mandatory to present a vaccination passport and a negative PCR test result for less than 48 hours, before boarding the plane for all passengers wishing to travel to Morocco, and to conduct rapid detection tests for passengers upon their arrival at the Kingdom’s airports, and to perform PCR tests on groups of Passengers are optional upon arrival.