Monday, September 16, 2019

Morocco's Boarding Cards to be Scrapped

Good news for people coming in and out of Morocco. As of today (Monday, September 16, 2019), the boarding cards that travellers manually completed at departure and on arrival in Morocco will be dropped. The use of this document will be abandoned confirms a source at the General Directorate of National Security (DGSN)

The abandonment of this document aims to streamline the traffic at various transit points (ports and airports), and improve performance and the service.

The use of new technology will speed up the travel procedures at border control counters at Moroccan airports and ports, in addition to the border posts of the occupied territories of Sebta and Melilia.

As of 16 September, border police are no longer required to review the boarding pass and will access information about arrivals with passport control.



faintsigns said...

Always hard to find a pen to fill these things in. It does encourage you to talk to other people when they want to borrow yours.

Lev said...

I was able to find a few online sources confirming this, however my wife travelled to Fez in December and she still had to complete a boarding card.