At the end of June, 7,439,275 passengers passed through the country, through 70,680 flights.
The resumption of air traffic in Morocco is confirmed. At the end of the first half, the Kingdom’s airports posted a recovery rate of 64% for passengers and 72% for airport movements. At the end of last June, 7,439,275 passengers passed through the country, through 70,680 flights.
Unsurprisingly, it is Mohammed V airport that holds the rope. Since February 7, when the borders opened, it has welcomed 2,756,685 passengers via 27,258 flights, representing a recovery rate of 59%. With regard to freight, the recovery rate is set at 75% compared to its pre-crisis level.
It reached 36,296 tonnes compared to 48,696 tonnes in the same period of 2019. According to the National Airports Office (ONDA), apart from air traffic with South America, all geographical routes recorded significant recovery rates compared to air traffic recorded during the same period of 2019. Europe, which represents more than 83% of international air traffic recovered, shows a rate of 67% compared to 2019.