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By Sohail Sawlani

Iberia and TUI Fly have Launched Repatriation Flights to Morocco

Europe, 1st December 2021 | Iberia and TUI Fly Belgium have organised repatriation flights to Morocco. This comes after the Moroccan government's decision to close its airspace for 14 days, following fears due to the new Omicron COVID-19 variant.

Hundreds of flights have been cancelled due to this closure, leaving tons of Belgian and Spanish Citizens stranded. Thus, their national airlines- TUI Fly Belgium and Iberia have launched repatriation flights.

Iberia (Spain) has collaborated with the Embassy of Spain in Morocco and is permitted to perform repatriation flights on December 2, 4, 7, 9 and 11, from Casablanca to Madrid. These flights will be operated by their A320 family aircraft. Those interested should call their hotline: +212 520 426 053.

TUI Fly Belgium on the other hand, will operate repatriation flights to their Moroccan destinations of Marrakech, Agadir, Casablanca, Nador, Tangier, Al Hoceima, Oujda, Rabat and Tetouan to Brussels, Charleroi and Antwerp in Belgium. These repatriation flights are for their 2377 Belgian customers, who have been affected by the cancellation of flights between 30 November and 13 December. The repatriation flights will occur between 1 and 5 December.

What is TUI Fly Belgium?

TUI fly is a brand name of TUI Airlines Belgium. TUI fly is a part of TUI Group, the largest tourism group in the world, with its headquarters in Hannover, Germany.

What is Iberia?

We're Spain's biggest airline, and our mission is to always be the best option for both leisure and business travelling.

With 143 aircraft, we offer a vast range of destinations, in total of 134 cities in Europe, Americas, Africa, Middle East, and Asia. Plus another 270 airports flight connections with our partner airlines. Within this global network we are especially proud of our Europe-Latin America services in which we are the leaders in the market, and where we work especially hard to maintain this particular leading role.

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