“Fly Emirates” Provides Return Trips to the Moroccans Stranded Abroad

Moroccan citizens stranded abroad will be able to return to the country through the airline company “Fly Emirates”, which plans to set up two flights between Casablanca and Dubai for this purpose, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow (Tuesday and Wednesday). The company offers more than 80 destinations around the world, in addition to these two flights.

The ” EK 9953 ” flight will leave Dubai International Airport at 10 am, and will land in Casablanca at 3:30 pm, while the ” EK 9954 ” flight will leave Mohammed V Airport at 5:30 pm and will land in Dubai at about 4 am.

The booking of these flights can be made through the website of the Emirati company, through travel agencies, sales offices or call centers affiliated to “Fly Emirates”. Travelers are required to respect the instructions and prerequisites for entry into Morocco in order to be able to access the aircraft.

Individuals permitted to fly to Casablanca are Moroccan citizens, foreigners with a Moroccan residence visa, foreigners traveling to Morocco for work (provided they have authorization from the Moroccan embassy in the Emirates), or diplomats traveling from Dubai to Morocco.

It is the responsibility of “Fly Emirates” customers entering Morocco to take a PCR test (48 hours prior to travel) as well as the Covid-19 blood test, and to have the results printed for presentation at the specific travel arrangements desk and to the local authorities upon arrival. Customers are also required to complete the health check template and print it before leaving Dubai.

Foreigners who do not require a prior visa to enter Morocco are required to indicate their confirmed hotel reservation in order to board.

These flights are also permitted for those able to enter the UAE or stopover in Dubai. For the safety of passengers, being in possession of a PCR certificate and a Covid-19 test before boarding is mandatory for all passengers stopping over and flying to Dubai, including Emirati citizens, residents and tourists, regardless of their country of origin.

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