Transavia has begun operating repatriation flights from Morocco to the Netherlands
Transavia has received permission from Moroccan authorities to make ten repatriation flights in the coming days to transport stranded passengers to Morocco.
Morocco has suspended flights to the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands starting with October 21, which meant that Transavia, among other things, had to cancel many flights. At this time of year, Transavia operates an average of 22 flights a week to Morocco from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Eindhoven Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport.
Ten flights to Morocco will be operated between October 22 and 29 to give passengers the opportunity to fly back to the Netherlands.
Transavia keeps in touch with passengers through the customer service center and looks for alternative routes for them.
Transavia appeals to passengers who have flights booked with the company, but have left Morocco on an alternative flight, to cancel their trip through the customer relationship center. This frees up space for other passengers.
Transavia repatriation flight schedule from Morocco to the Netherlands
- October 22, 2021 - Marrakech - Amsterdam HV 5754
- October 23, 2021 - Marrakech - Amsterdam HV 5752
- October 24, 2021 - Marrakech - Amsterdam HV 5760
- October 25, 2021 - Casablanca - Amsterdam HV 5750
- October 25, 2021 - Nador - Amsterdam HV 5750
- October 25, 2021 - Marrakech - Amsterdam HV 5752
- October 26, 2021 - Marrakech - Amsterdam HV 5754
- October 26, 2021 - Tangier - Rotterdam HV 5702
- October 28, 2021 - Marrakech - Amsterdam HV 5752
- October 29, 2021 - Marrakech - Amsterdam HV 5754
These are mainly flights that were active in the existing flight schedule and a number of new flights were added. Passengers with tickets scheduled for existing flights have not yet received a cancellation notice and can continue their journey as previously planned.
Seats are still available on all flights mentioned above. Passengers who have already booked their tickets were informed today about this in order to have the first chance to buy the plane tickets. Demand is expected to exceed supply.