The airline is forging ahead with rebuilding its network on the continent and across the world to meet travel demand while preserving the health and safety of its customers and employees.
Emirates Airlines announced that it will resume operating its regular flights to Casablanca from September 18, expanding its network of routes in Africa to cover 14 destinations, while the airline moves forward to rebuild its network in the continent and across the world to meet travel demand while preserving the health and safety of its customers and employees.
Emirates flights between Dubai and Casablanca will operate three times a week on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as customers from various Emirates stations can stop in Dubai.
To ensure the safety of travelers, tourists and communities, presenting a certificate of "Covid-19" PCR examination is compulsory for all passengers in transit / transit / arriving to Dubai / and the United Arab Emirates / before boarding the plane, including UAE citizens, residents and tourists, regardless of the country from which they come properly. Passengers traveling to Casablanca must comply with entry requirements to the Kingdom of Morocco in order to be permitted to board aircraft