The airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM), which decided to suspend its flights to and from Guinea earlier this week, could resume them on March 2.
The suspension of flights was not linked to the resurgence of the Ebola virus in the southern part of Guinea. Rather, it is due to a restructuring that the airline is operating like others (South African Airways, Kenya Airways) affected by the health crisis linked to the coronavirus.
For now, the borders between the two countries remain open. Those wishing to travel can use other companies to reach Conakry or the Moroccan cities.
It should be remembered that at the height of the Ebola crisis in Guinea (2013-2015), the kingdom had maintained its flights to this West African country and kept its borders open.