TUI fly aviation activities have restarted in Morocco, from Thursday 12 November. The resumption puts an end to seven months of inactivity after the Moroccan government gave the air carrier its permission to follow a restricted program.
In the context of the new coronavirus pandemic, TUI fly was thus authorized to operate in France and Belgium, until December 10. This program complements that of special flights, set up to Charleroi (Belgium).
“Initially, flights will be operated from the airports of Rabat, Oujda and Casablanca, to Orly, Bordeaux, Metz (France) and Brussels (Belgium). Marrakech airport will then accommodate flights from / to Orly,” a statement said.
The development of this program will then be based on government decisions, depending on the evolution of the epidemiological situation in the countries of departure to arrival. It breaks down as follows:
Casablanca – Metz: 1/week, every Thursday, from November 12
Casablanca – Orly: 2/week, Fridays and Sundays, from November 13
Rabat – Orly: 2/week, Mondays and Saturdays, from November 14
Oujda – Orly: 2/week, Tuesdays and Saturdays, from November 14
Casablanca – Bordeaux: 1/week, Tuesdays, from November 17th
Casablanca – Brussels: 1/week, Wednesdays, from November 18
Marrakech – Orly: 2/week, Mondays and Saturdays, from November 21