Morocco’s nationwide airline stated it was cancelling all flights it had scheduled for Wednesday to hold followers to Doha for the World Cup semi-final, citing what it stated was a choice by Qatari authorities.
“Following the newest restrictions imposed by the Qatari authorities, Royal Air Maroc regrets to tell clients of the cancellation of their flights operated by Qatar Airways,” the airline stated in an emailed assertion.
The Qatari authorities’s worldwide media workplace didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.
Royal Air Maroc had beforehand stated it might lay on 30 further flights to assist followers get to Qatar for Wednesday evening’s semi-final sport towards France however on Tuesday a supply at a RAM journey company stated solely 14 flights had been scheduled.
The cancellation of Wednesday’s seven scheduled flights means RAM was solely in a position to fly the seven flights on Tuesday, leaving followers who had already booked match tickets or resort rooms unable to journey.
RAM stated it might reimburse air tickets and apologised to clients.
The RAM spokesperson didn’t instantly reply to Reuters request for remark. Qatar Airways didn’t instantly reply to Reuters request for remark.