Emirates to restart Dubai-Casablanca flights
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Emirates to restart Dubai-Casablanca flights

Emirates to restart Dubai-Casablanca flights

The airline will resume services on the route starting Tuesday, February 8


UAE carrier Emirates has confirmed that it will restart passenger services between Dubai and Casablanca from Tuesday, February 8.

Emirates will fly daily to Casablanca in Morocco using its Boeing 777-300ER.

EK 751 will depart Dubai at 7.30am, arriving in Casablanca at 1.15pm. EK 752 meanwhile will depart Casablanca at 3.05pm, and arrive in Dubai at 1.30am the next day.

The return of the Casablanca service marks a full restoration of Emirates’ pre-pandemic African network including 21 cities across the continent.

Read: Dubai’s Emirates to restore flights to five African countries

Starting January 29, Emirates resumed passenger operations between Dubai and five African countries – Addis Ababa in Ethiopia; Dar El Salaam in Tanzania; Nairobi in Kenya; Harare in Zimbabwe; and its three South African gateways of Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.

Flights between Dubai and South Africa began operating as a double daily service starting February 1. Flights to and from Cape Town and Durban currently operate daily.

To Nairobi in Kenya, the airline is operating 10 weekly flights. The carrier also has a scheduled daily flight to Addis Ababa with EK 723 taking off from Dubai at 9.25am, arriving in Addis Ababa at 12.40pm. Emirates meanwhile flies five times a week to Dar Es Salaam, and six times a week to Harare in Zimbabwe, linked to its Lusaka service.

Starting February 5, the airline will also operate a daily service to and from Abuja and Lagos in Nigeria.

All passengers travelling from Emirates’ African network with Dubai as their final destination require a 48 hour PCR test. Travellers must show a valid negative Covid-19 PCR test certificate with a QR code for a test conducted at an approved facility.

Validity of the test must be calculated from the time of sample collection. Upon arrival in Dubai, passengers will undergo an additional Covid-19 PCR test and remain in self quarantine until the results of the test are received.

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