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Morocco arrival information

Greetings to-be Morocco Fodorites,
As a response to the March attacks in Belgium, security procedures have been increased at Morocco's ports of entry. Specifically at Casablanca's Mohamed V Airport and Marrakech-Menara Airport, this is most visible in that only bona-fide travelers are allowed entry into the airport terminals. Should you have booked an arrival airport transfer, your driver will more than likely not be allowed entry into the actual building. Make your way out of the building and your driver should be waiting for you among the throng of other drivers and general public. At Mohamed V Airport, this entails making your way to the exit for Terminal 1 (signposted as "Sortie T1"), as the exit for Terminal 2 has been permanently closed.

Happy travels,
Darren Humphrys

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