With the new suspension, Morocco has now suspended flights with 39 countries.
Rabat – Morocco’s government has suspended flights with France and Spain.
The measure will be effective from March 31.
The decision is part of Morocco’s preventive measures to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The country strengthens its proactive measures as part of the state of emergency, which has been running for more than a year.
With the new suspension, Morocco suspended flights with 39 countries to date.
The suspension concerns Mali, Ghana, Republic of Democratic Congo, Guinea-Conakry, Libya, Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Cameroon, Croatia, Mozambique, Poland, Norway, Finland, Greece, Lebanon, Kuwait, Algeria, and Egypt.
Also concerned are Italy, Belgium, Turkey, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Australia, Ireland, Brazil, New Zealand, the UK, South Africa, and Denmark.
Passengers traveling from these countries through another country are also concerned, ONDA said.