Coordination to start flights to Morocco from the beginning of August
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Kuwait City, July 11: In conjunction with the recent approval of the Council of Ministers to resume direct flights with 12 countries, including Spain, sources told that one of the national airlines is in the process of opening ticket sales for direct flights to Morocco, starting next August, in two phases so that the itinerary of flights will be The first is from “Kuwait – Malacca – Casablanca – Kuwait” from 1 to 15 August, and the other from “Kuwait Casablanca – Malaga – Kuwait” from 19 to 31 August, with two flights per week.

On the other hand, the Moroccan embassy in the country announced, in a circular addressed to citizens and residents, of which “Al-Qabas” obtained a copy, that the authorities have set new travel conditions for those wishing to visit the Kingdom of Morocco for travelers coming from the countries of List B after they entered into force starting from July 7th.

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The embassy said that travelers must take a PCR test of no more than 48 hours upon boarding the plane, as travelers are classified into two categories:

  1. Passengers holding a certificate of full vaccination with one of the vaccines accepted by the Moroccan authorities, who are exempted from quarantine after a period of 14 days has passed from the date of taking the second dose of the vaccine.
  2. Unvaccinated travelers or those who have not yet completed their vaccination, are obliged to a controlled quarantine for 10 days, to sign a declaration stipulating commitment to quarantine for 10 days, and to submit a receipt confirming payment of accommodation expenses for 10 days for the period of quarantine in one of the hotels specified by the authorities. Moroccan, with a PCR test on the ninth day.

She added, “They are not concerned with quarantining travelers coming from list B countries, and after they stayed in one of the list A countries 10 days or more before their arrival in Morocco, explaining that children under the age of 11 are exempted from the PCR test.

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