Flights from Morocco

New Measures for Direct Flights from Morocco

Beginning October 29, fully vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers who are eligible to enter Canada, will be able to board direct flights from Morocco to Canada. Of course, these travellers need to follow additional measures. For example, they must have one of the following:

  • Proof of a negative COVID-19 test result. The Moroccan COVID-19 PCR Test Certificate issued by the Government of Morocco must show this. The European Commission also recognizes this document. As usual, travelers must take the test within 72 hours of scheduled departure.
  • Proof of a previous positive test result taken between 14 and 180 days before departure to Canada.
  • Travellers who have been in Morocco for more than 14 days and have been infected, must provide proof of a positive COVID-19 test. Please be aware that the Government of Morocco must issue the test.
  • Travellers who were infected prior to arrival in Morocco must provide proof of previous infection from another country prior to their arrival.

Prior to boarding:

Air operators will authenticate passengers’ Moroccan COVID-19 PCR Test Certificates by scanning the digital QR codes. This will allow them to verify/confirm the identity of the passenger and their test result. They will also ensure that travellers:

    • are eligible to come to Canada,
    • have uploaded their information into the ArriveCAN,
    • have a mask to wear during travel.

Travellers who are unable to meet these requirements will be denied boarding.

Travellers who depart Morocco for Canada via an indirect route

These travellers still need to obtain -within 72 hours of their flight to Canada-, a valid negative COVID-19 molecular test from a third country.

Travellers must also meet the entry requirements under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and provide appropriate travel and immigration documentation as necessary. Of course, a government representative at the port of entry makes the final determination about entry and quarantine based on the information presented at the time of entry.

<<Read: Current border measures for travellers entering or returning to Canada>>

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