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Transavia to resume flights linking Paris to five Moroccan airports on Wednesday

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Starting from this Wednesday, low-cost airline Transavia France is resuming flights linking Paris to five Moroccan airports, while respecting the Covid-19 travel restrictions.

Suspended since the end of July, the flights will be operating between Paris-Orly and the airports of Casablanca, Rabat, Marrakech, Agadir and Oujda, Air-Journal reports. The company's website shows tickets available until the the end of October on three weekly trips to Casablanca and Rabat, seven to Marrakech, up to six to Agadir and up to five to Oujda.

«Specific conditions apply to passengers on these five routes», said Transavia in a press release, published last week on its Twitter account.

Thus, «only Moroccan citizens as well as foreign citizens who have resident cards in Morocco are authorized to enter Moroccan territory», it recalled. «Members of the close family (spouses and children) of Moroccan citizens and foreigners residing in Morocco are also authorized to enter the territory», it added.

For the record, authorized passengers must also present a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours before boarding and an antibody test for all passengers.

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