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Iberia resumes flights between Spain and Morocco

Iberia announced that it will resume flights between Spain and Morocco, after the reopening of the borders announced by the government on June 15. The lines offered are bound for Marrakech, Casablanca and Tangier, departing from Madrid.

The Madrid-Marrakech route will operate daily with A320 aircraft with a capacity of 180 passengers. Casablanca will be served by five weekly frequencies operated by CRJ1000 aircraft from Iberia Regional Air Nostrum capable of accommodating 100 people. Iberia Regional Air Nostrum will also operate three flights per week to Tangier on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

The company Iberia will propose for these lines to set up a change policy free of charge in the event of unforeseen events related to Covid-19. In addition, the company has published on its website an interactive map with the measures planned for entry into Morocco.

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