Operation Marhaba, which was suspended for two years on Sunday, June 5, when Morocco began, is likely to have several flights to the country canceled. This includes flights operated by low-cost carrier Ryanair.
Operation Marhaba began Sunday at Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca. This activity is to welcome Moroccans living abroad (MREs) who are coming to spend their summer vacations in the country.
Hundreds of Moroccans arrived at Casablanca’s Mohamed V Airport on international flights from various international destinations yesterday, Le Site Info reported on Monday.
As part of this activity, demand for aircraft is expected to explode in the coming days. However, the situation of some airlines serving the country is already starting to cause a problem.
Ryanair: Several flights to Morocco are likely to be canceled
Ryanair, an Irish low – cost carrier, is likely to cancel several flights to Morocco due to a new staff strike. On June 3, the SNPNC-FO union, representing the company’s hostesses and executives, filed an indefinite strike notice over the summer.
The union said in a statement that the company would be notified of the strike in due course. ” However, it is clear that the July 14 bridge on the line of sight will also be the waves of summer vacation departures and arrivals. “, The union underlined.
Last March, Ryan Air announced a summer program to Morocco. It has 135 routes and more than 370 weekly flights from 11 countries, including France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and the United Kingdom.
The company’s summer program for Morocco includes 10 flights from Marrakech (5 flights), Fez (3 flights) and Agadir (2 flights).
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