The airline Transavia France has announced the resumption of its flights to and from Morocco from this Wednesday, August 26, in compliance with restrictive travel measures linked to the coronavirus. In all, five Moroccan cities will be served.
"We are resuming our flights to and from Morocco from Orly from August 26. Airports served: Casablanca, Rabat, Marrakech, Agadir and Oujda. Specific conditions apply to travelers," writes the low cost French on his Twitter account.
Flights will be operated between the Transavia base at Paris-Orly and the airports of Casablanca, Rabat, Marrakech, Agadir and Oujda. The company says seats will be available by the end of October on three weekly rotations to Casablanca and Rabat, seven to Marrakech, up to six to Agadir and up to five to Oujda.
Moroccan citizens and foreign citizens in Morocco are concerned by these flights. Members of the immediate family (spouses and children) of these are also authorized to enter Moroccan territory, only on presentation of a certificate that will be issued to them by the Consulate of Morocco in France, the company said in a press release.
Travelers must also present before boarding a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours, a serological test for all passengers from 12 years of age and a completed and printed health card.