Emirates to Resume Flights to Casablanca in September
After five months of lockdown, Emirates has announced it will recommence passenger flights to Casablanca this month.
This brings the number of African destinations it serves to fourteen. Flights to this Moroccan city will start from Friday, September 18 and this is one of the moves to restore its network in Africa
From Dubai to Casablanca it takes about eight and a half hours and the flights for Emirates will operate three times per week (Wednesday, Friday and Sunday)
Its Flight EK751 will depart Dubai at 7:25 am and arrive in Casablanca at 12:45 pm (local time). Then EK752 will depart Casablanca at 2:45 pm and arrive in Dubai at 1:15 am.
All passengers must meet all entry requirements to Morocco to be allowed on board, this was said by Emirates officials.
Recently Emirates resumed flights to Moscow, Bangkok, Amman and five cities in Africa including Dakar in Senegal, Accra in Ghana, Abidjan, Lusaka in Zambia and Conakry in Guinea.
All travelers are required to have a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate. If you don’t have it just know you won’t be allowed on any Emirates flight. The results must be legit and valid.