Rabat, Morocco (TMT)- Royal Air Maroc won’t resume its commercial activities before September, Moroccan outlet Bladi.net said in a news briefing.
Royal Air Maroc’s many attempts and efforts to resume its commercial operations have been in vain, said Bladi.
The aforementioned source noted that in the wake of the global health crisis and the refusal of the Moroccan state to inject cash into Royal Air Maroc, the company expects to regain its normal commercial activities in two years.
Some 60 Royal Air Maroc aircraft have been nailed to the ground since Morocco’s decision to close its borders and airspace. The group has since requested government financial assistance, which was not granted.
Royal Air Maroc has, on the other hand, obtained from the government an aid package in the form of the postponement of the payment of its social security and banking obligations, including a tax reduction scheme.
The Moroccan Times.