The Italian community breathes a sigh of relief after the resumption of connecting flights to Beni Mellal airport

Abdel Latif El-Baz – Heba Press

After a great wave of anger and a long wait of suffering due to the closure of the border at Beni Mellal Ouled Yaish airport, stopping flights within it to and from Beni Mellal – Milan, Italy, life returns to Beni Mellal airport, after the resumption of connecting flights.

Yesterday evening, Saturday June 1, the first plane landed at Béni Mellal International Airport from Milan, Italy, after flights to and from Italy resumed.

Two flights per week are planned to Italy.

These trips constitute an ideal solution for members of the Moroccan community in the region residing in Italy, as they will allow them to more easily return to their country of origin and visit their relatives and friends, so as to avoid them hassle of long and intermittent travel, especially since the Béni Mellal-Khénifra region has a significant percentage of the Moroccan community residing on Italian territory.

This approach is part of a global plan aimed at connecting the city of Beni Mellal to the most important European cities, thus allowing travelers to more easily reach the region and discover its natural and cultural riches.

These new flights provide a valuable opportunity for Italian tourists to discover the natural beauty and rich culture of the Beni Mellal-Khénifra region, as this step is expected to contribute to strengthening tourist exchanges between Morocco and Italy, which would have a positive impact on the local economy. .
Sanaa Al-Qusiri, head of the Jasmine Association, who resides in Milan, Italy, expressed in a statement to Hiba Press her recent satisfaction, thanks to the opening of this line, which connects her country of residence next to his town of Abu Al. -Jaad with the region of Béni Mellal, and that this will finally save him the fatigue of going to the airport of Casablanca or Marrakech, then leaving for his hometown.
The preferential prices prompted Moroccans in Italy to flock to buy tickets, something Heba Press saw up close after drawing its attention to a number of people wanting to travel lined up outside a specific Ryanair airline, waiting for their turn.

It should be noted that Moroccans in Italy lived in very harsh conditions, as they were prohibited from going to Beni Mellal airport, which greatly affected their psychology, especially the elderly and retirees.

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