Morocco Overflight Permits Regulations 2024

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Morocco Overflight Permits Procedures

Do you need a permit for morocco overflight?


Yes, you typically need a permit for overflight of Morocco. The specific requirements and procedures can vary depending on factors such as the type of aircraft, purpose of flight, and route. It's important to consult with aviation authorities or specialized agencies to ensure compliance with all necessary regulations and obtain the appropriate permits.

In alignment with the Morocco Civil Aviation Authority's Aeronautical Information Publication (Morocco AIP) and the designated air traffic routes in Morocco, any aircraft owner or operator planning to fly in Morocco airspace must apply for Morocco overflight clearance through the Air Transport Department at least 48 working hours before the scheduled flight departure. It's essential to include AFTN (Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network) in your flight plan, and for Morocco, only an overfly permit is necessary.

These terms would help you find more specific information regarding the rules and requirements for obtaining overflight permits in Morocco.

Required Details for Obtaining Morocco Overflight Permit Application


1 - Flight Schedule
2 - Entry / Exit Points with ATC Route
3 - Lead Passenger Details
4 - Consignee & Consigner Details for Cargo Flights
5 - Aircraft Documents [ AOC, COA, COI, CON, COR]

Permit Validity


- Morocco Overflight Permit is valid for +24 hours.

For those intending to execute a passenger flight landing or technical stop, the Morocco Airports Authority has specific regulations overseeing the issuance of Morocco Overflight Permits, often involving associated charges. These charges typically cover Route Navigation Facility Charges for overflight, as well as landing and parking fees for aircraft making stops.

Being a signatory to the Chicago Convention, Morocco requires strict compliance with ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) general rules for international air traffic. This encompasses adherence to regulations concerning the transport of troops, equipment, materials, and dangerous goods. For more comprehensive information, please reach out to us.

Aviation Regulations Morocco


In Morocco, civil aviation regulations are overseen and enforced by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (Direction Générale de l'Aviation Civile - DGAC). The DGAC is responsible for regulating all aspects of civil aviation within Moroccan airspace and ensuring compliance with national laws and international aviation standards set by organizations such as the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

Key aspects of aviation regulations in Morocco include :

1 - Licensing and Certification : The DGAC regulates the certification and licensing of pilots, aircrew, airlines, and aviation personnel operating within Morocco. This includes ensuring that individuals and organizations meet the required standards in terms of training, experience, and medical fitness.

2 - Airworthiness Standards : The DGAC establishes and enforces airworthiness standards for aircraft registered in Morocco. These standards cover aircraft maintenance, inspections, modifications, and other requirements to ensure that aircraft are safe to operate.

3 - Air Traffic Management : The DGAC oversees air traffic management and control within Moroccan airspace. This includes the provision of air navigation services, airspace design, air traffic control procedures, and coordination with neighboring air traffic control authorities to ensure safe and efficient air traffic flow.

4 - Airport Regulations : The DGAC sets regulations and standards for the operation and management of airports in Morocco. This includes safety and security requirements, airport infrastructure development, environmental considerations, and the licensing of airport operators.

5 - Safety Oversight : The DGAC conducts safety oversight activities to monitor and enforce compliance with aviation regulations and safety standards by airlines, operators, and other aviation stakeholders. This involves conducting inspections, audits, and investigations into aviation incidents and accidents.

6 - Security Regulations : The DGAC collaborates with relevant national security agencies to establish and enforce security regulations aimed at safeguarding civil aviation against unlawful interference, including terrorism, sabotage, and other security threats.

7 - International Compliance : Moroccan aviation regulations aim to align with international standards and recommended practices set by ICAO. This ensures that Morocco's civil aviation activities adhere to global aviation norms and facilitate international air transport operations.

Overall, compliance with aviation regulations is essential for maintaining the safety, security, and efficiency of civil aviation operations in Morocco. The DGAC plays a crucial role in ensuring that aviation activities in the country meet both domestic and international standards.

Overflight Permits Category’s for Adhoc and Private


1 - Overflight Permits (Charter Passenger Flights)
2 - Overflight Permits (Private Passenger Flights)
3 - Overflight Permits (Non-Schedule Cargo Flights)

Overflight Permits Category’s for Block :


1 - Monthly Block Overflight Permits (For Scheduled and Non-schedule Airlines Flights)
2 - Seasonal Block Overflight Permits (Scheduled Commercial Airlines Flights)

Airspace Regulations Morocco


Overflight Permit Charge's


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Flight Information Region In Morocco


Morocco Airspace is divided into 01 Flight Information Regions (FIRs)

1 - Casablanca (GMMM) FIR


Morocco FIRs ( Entry / Exit Points ) :



West Bound Entry PointWest Bound Exit PointEast Bound Entry PointEast Bound Exit Point
ECHEDECHEDBEXALBEXAL
SOLNASOLNABAROKBAROK
RUSIKRUSIKAKUDAAKUDA
DELVADELVAOSLADOSLAD
KORALKORALAMSELAMSEL
TERTOTERTOKORNOKORNO
VASTOVASTORUNAXRUNAX
SAMARSAMARKORISKORIS
KONBAKONBAGALTOGALTO
  PODES PODES
  BERUM BERUM
  ESAMI ESAMI
  ARIAM ARIAM
  BAGBO BAGBO
  BULIS BULIS

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About Morocco | History - Geography


Morocco, mountainous country of western North Africa that lies directly across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain.

The traditional domain of indigenous peoples now collectively known as Berbers (self-name Imazighen; singular, Amazigh), Morocco has been subject to extensive migration and has long been the location of urban communities that were originally settled by peoples from outside the region. Controlled by Carthage from an early date, the region was later the westernmost province of the Roman Empire. Following the Arab conquest of the late 7th century CE, the broader area of North Africa came to be known as the Maghrib (Arabic: “the West”), and the majority of its people accepted Islam. Subsequent Moroccan kingdoms enjoyed political influence that extended beyond the coastal regions, and in the 11th century the first native Amazigh dynasty of North Africa, the Almoravids, gained control of an empire stretching from Andalusian (southern) Spain to parts of sub-Saharan Africa. Attempts by Europeans to establish permanent footholds in Morocco beginning in the late 15th century were largely repulsed, but the country later became the subject of Great Power politics in the 19th century. Morocco was made a French protectorate in 1912 but regained independence in 1956. Today it is the only monarchy in North Africa.

Morocco Overflight Permits Procedures

The Given Below Information Is Extracted from the Morocco AIP


Information On Flights – Flight Plans

The expression flight plan is used to designate both complete information on all the elements forming the description of the flight plan covering the whole estimated route, and information in limited number to obtain a clearance concerning a part of flight.

Procedures For The Submission Of A Flight Plan

Information concerning a planned flight or part of a flight to be provided to air traffic bodies are communicated in a flight plan.

Obligation of submission of flight plan Submission of a flight plan is mandatory for all IFR and VFR flights performed within the airspace under the responsibility of Morocco, as it defined by the regional air navigation agreements of the ICAO.

Time Of Submission

When air traffic control service or air traffic advisory service is provided to a flight, the flight plan shall be submitted at least sixty (60) minutes before departure. If it is communicated during flight, it shall be transmitted at a time which will ensure to its receipt by the appropriate ATS unit at least ten (10) minutes before the aircraft is estimated to reach the first point from which the flight plan applies. Any change of more than 15 minutes compared to the estimated time of departure from the parking stand (EOBT) in the case of a controlled flight for which a flight plan has been filled, must be communicated to the IFPS system sending a DLA or CHG message or, if applicable, a new flight plan must be deposed and the old flight plan canceled.

The IFPS does not accept negative time limit: for any earlier change in EOBT, the flight plan must be canceled and a new flight plan is filled with the new EOBT.

The establishment and communication procedures for RPL and FPL are defined by AIC N° 05/12 of 06-SEP-2012.

Place Of Submission

Except when other arrangements have been made for submission of repetitive flight plans, a flight plan submitted prior to departure should be submitted to the air traffic services reporting office at the departure aerodrome or transmitted during the flight to the concerned Air Traffic Services.

Flight Plan Contents

A flight plan must include the following inquiries:

I. Aircraft identification.

II. Flight rules and type of flight.

III. Number and type of aircraft and wake turbulence category.


• Equipment

• Departure aerodrome (see note 1)

• Estimated off-block time (see note 2)

• Cruising speeds

• Cruising level

• Route

• Destination aerodrome and total estimated time

• Alternate aerodrome

• Flight range

• Persons on board

• Rescue and survival equipment

Note 1: Information to be provided for flight plans issued during the flight relating to this item is the indication of the point where complementary information on the flight may be obtained, if needed.

Note 2 : For flight plans transmitted during the flight, information to be provided relating to this item is the over flight time above the first reporting point from which the flight plan applies.

Submitted Flight Plan

Whatever the purpose for which it is submitted, a flight plan shall contain information, as applicable, on relevant items of the previous list up to and including “Alternate aerodrome(s)” regarding the whole route or the portion thereof for which the flight plan is submitted.

A submitted flight plan shall be filed in accordance with the instructions and the model contained in Appendix 2 (PANS-ATM).

A submitted flight plan shall be issued for each stage. For flights including various stages, flight plans submitted for each stage may be established at the departure aerodrome of the first stage.

A submitted flight plan communicated before the flight must be directly issued by the pilot in command or his representative, or transmitted by appropriate communication means to the ARO of the departure aerodrome.

In the absence of the ARO at the departure aerodrome, a flight plan shall be submitted by telephone, teletypewriter or other appropriate means to the nearest ARO or to the ATS unit serving or designated to serve the departure aerodrome.

When no ATS unit at the departure aerodrome, the pilot-in-command must communicate to the unit to which flight plan has been transmitted, or the unit serving or in charge of serving the departure aerodrome, his real time of departure immediately after the take-off.

A flight plan to be submitted during flight should normally be transmitted to the ATS unit concerned. When this is not practicable, it should be transmitted to another ATS unit or aeronautical telecommunication station for retransmission as required to the appropriate air traffic services unit.

Repetitive Flight Plan (RPL)

Repetitive flight plan shall be established in compliance with instructions and model contained in Appendix 2 (PANS-ATM) except if a particular agreement authorizes an operator to use the electronic information processing support.

RPLs shall not be used for flights other than IFR flights operated regularly on the same day (s) of consecutive weeks and on at least ten occasions or every day over a period of at least ten consecutive days. The elements of each flight plan shall have a high degree of stability.

RPLs shall cover the entire flight from the departure aerodrome to the destination aerodrome. RPL procedures shall be applied only when all ATS authorities concerned with the flights have agreed to accept RPLs.

Repetitive flight plans must be issued or by mailed to the RPL office whose address is brought to the users knowledge by the aeronautical information way at least three (3) weeks before the date of the first flight of the series to which they applied. Another delay may be defined if a particular agreement authorizes an operator to use the electronic processing information support.

Repetitive flight plans take systematically end at the fixed dates specified by the RPL office. If they are renewed, a new RPL listings must be submitted or forwarded to the RPL office.

Changes In Flight Plan

Subject to the provisions of 1.5, any changes to a flight plan submitted for an IFR flight, or a VFR flight operated as a controlled flight, shall be reported as soon as practicable to the appropriate air traffic services unit. For other VFR flights, significant changes to a flight plan shall be reported as soon as practicable to the appropriate air traffic services unit.

Changes of a permanent nature and the cancellation of repetitive flight plans shall be submitted hall reach the RPL office concerned at least seven days prior to the change becoming effective.

Changes of a temporary, non-recurring nature relating to RPLs concerning aircraft type and wake turbulence category, speed and/or cruising level shall be notified for each individual flight as early as possible and not later than 30 minutes before departure to the ATS reporting office responsible for the departure aerodrome. A change of cruising level only may be notified by radiotelephony on initial contact with the ATS unit.

In case of an incidental change in the aircraft identification, the departure aerodrome, the route and/or the destination aerodrome, the RPL shall be cancelled for the day concerned and an individual flight plan shall be submitted.

Addressing Of Flight Plan Messages

Flight movement messages relating to traffic into or via the CASABLANCA FIR/UIR shall be addressed as stated below in order to warrant correct relay and delivery.

Note : Flight movement messages in this context comprise flight plan messages, amendment messages relating thereto and flight plan cancellation messages.

Category Of Flight
(IFR, VFR or both)
Route - Into Or Via FIR and/or TMAMessage Address
123
All Flights (IFR/VFR)A Destination FIR/UIR CasablancaGMMMZQZX GMMMZFZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)CTA CASABLANCA GMMMZQZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)CTA AGADIRGMACZQZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA/2 de CASABLANCAGMMMZQZX GMMMZFZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA d’AGADIR / Al MassiraGMADZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA de CASABLANCA / MOHAMMED VGMMNZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA de DAKHLAGMMHZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA de LAAYOUNE / Hassan 1erGMMLZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA de MARRAKECH / MénaraGMMXZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA d’OUARZAZATEGMMZZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA d’OUJDA / AngadsGMFOZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA de RABAT / SaleGMMEZPZX
All Flights (IFR/VFR)TMA de TANGER / Ibn BatoutaGMTTZPZX

Note : Traffic to or via the Europe it is reminded to all ATS organisms, to add in address, besides the usual addressees, the two following addresses:

• EUCHZMFP

• EUCBZMFP

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