Sixteen airports in Morocco have received “Airport Health” accreditation from the Airports Council International (ACI), according to the National Airports Office (ONDA).
These are Casablanca / Mohammed V, Marrakesh / Menara, Agadir / Al Massira, Rabat / Sale, Oujda / Angad, Fez / Saïs, Tangier / Ibn Battuta, Ouarzazate, Nador / Laroui, Essaouira / Mogador, Al Hoceima / Cherif Idrissi Errachidia / Moulay Ali Sharif, Tetouan / Sania El Raml, Dakhla, Laayoune / Hassan I, Tan-Tan / Plage Blanche, the office specified in the commercial air traffic report for the period from June 15 to August 31, 2021.
“This recognition confirms that Moroccan airports are taking all necessary precautions to reduce any health risks, in accordance with the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the “guidelines” of the Airports Council International (ACI),” the office asserts.
In addition, ONDA states that in preparation for the resumption of international flights authorized by the Moroccan authorities from 15 June 2021, and in support of Operation Marhaba, which is supervised by the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity, it has established, in cooperation with its airport partners, an important system to welcome travelers at healthy airports And safe, so they can travel again without worry.
“Throughout the passengers’ journey, measures have been taken to reassure them,” says the same source, citing in particular the markings on the ground for observing physical distancing, dispensers of disinfectant gel, the obligation to wear a mask, and awareness of respect for barrier gestures through audio and occasional announcements.
It is noteworthy that Morocco’s airports recorded during the period from June 15 to August 31, 2021 the volume of international commercial traffic of 3,560526 passengers, which accommodated 31202 international flights, i.e. a recovery rate compared to the same period in 2019, 65% for passengers and 77% for traffic.
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