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After months of lean cows, air traffic was able to rise again from its ashes and gradually regain its rhythm during the summer period, driven by the return of Moroccans residing abroad (MRE), following the programming of special flights to allow them to return to the motherland. Supporting figures: during August 2021 alone, international commercial traffic at Morocco’s airports recovered 82% of passenger traffic in 2019, a rate rivaling that of countries in the Mediterranean basin, in particular France (70% ), Spain (68%), and Turkey (76%).
This performance is explained, according to the National Airports Office (ONDA), by the significant evolution of air traffic, following the High Instructions of HM King Mohammed VI to accompany the launch of Operation Marhaba 2021.
With this in mind, several lines have been created and many frequencies have been reinforced by the airlines, thus helping to consolidate Morocco’s air connectivity during this period.
In addition to Royal Air Maroc and Air Arabia, 43 international airlines have served Morocco (Ryanair, Tui Airways, Air France, etc.), some of which for the first time, notably El Al Israel Airlines (Marrakech-Menara) and Transavia Holland (Fès-Saïs).
Cherry on the cake: Several new airlines have been created, including the Casablanca – Düsseldorf, Marrakech – Zaragoza, Fez – Rotterdam, Oujda – Murcia, Rabat – Malaga, Agadir – Lisbon connections.
And as a result, the indicators of the tourism sector recovered during the months of June and July, following the gradual reopening of national borders from June 15 and the specific measures put in place as part of Operation Marhaba, according to the Department of Studies and Financial Forecasts (DEPF).
Thus, the number of arrivals strengthened in the second quarter of 2021 to approach 412,000 arrivals against barely 8,300 in the same quarter of the previous year, while at the end of the first half of 2021, the decline in the number of arrivals s’ is attenuated to -57.3%, against 63.5% a year ago.
Regarding connectivity, Moroccan airports have been connected to 101 international airport platforms. Casablanca Mohammed V airport takes first place with 75 air links, followed by Marrakech Menara (58), Fès Saiss (34), Tanger Boukhalef (28) and Nador El Aroui (18).
During the period from June 15 to August 31, 2021, Morocco’s airports posted a good record despite the economic situation linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. Thus, 3,560,526 passengers were welcomed through 31,202 international flights, which represents a recovery rate of 65% for passengers and 77% for movements, compared to the same period of the year 2019.
By site, Casablanca / Mohammed V airport welcomed 1,457,154 international passengers, thus recovering 58% of 2019 traffic, followed by Marrakech airport (565,680 passengers), which recorded a recovery rate of 46%.
Other airports even exceeded their 2019 traffic, namely, in particular, the airports of Tetouan (133%), Nador (127%), Tangier (114%), Al Hoceima (106%) and Oujda (105%) .
A breakdown of international commercial air traffic by geographic bundle shows that traffic with the European continent and North America stood out with very significant recovery rates compared to the same period of the year 2019, respectively of around 74% and 65%, while the other segments recorded a rate below 50% of the traffic recorded in 2019.
A significant portion of international traffic has been recorded with Europe. The top five countries at the top of the rankings are France, Spain, Belgium, Italy and Germany.
In addition, the results show that with a recovery rate of 64% compared to the same period of 2019, domestic air traffic, which represents 11% of global traffic, recorded 460,856 passengers.
And to ensure the success of this recovery, ONDA has put in place arrangements at the various airports in Morocco to welcome travelers in strict compliance with protective measures.
Thus, 16 airports in Morocco have received Airport Health accreditation from ACI World (Airport Council International), confirming that they are taking all the necessary precautions to limit any health risk, in accordance with the recommendations of the Civil Aviation Organization. International (ICAO) and the “guidelines” of the International Airports Council.
These are Casablanca, Marrakech, Agadir, Rabat, Oujda, Fez, Tangier, Ouarzazate, Nador, Essaouira, Al Hoceima, Errachidia, Tétouan, Dakhla, Laâyoune and Tan-Tan.