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Maghreb air carriers starts some flights

April 21- Royal Air Maroc (Morocco) has finally started some of its flights to Europe that remained suspended for almost a week, it was learnt on Monday. According to a statement released on Monday, flights to Barcelona and Marseille, Bordeaux and Toulouse (France) will resume.
Meanwhile, Air Algerie also resumed flights to and from Marseille, Toulouse, Rome, Barcelona and Beijing, as did Tunisian national air carrier Tunisair announced the resumption of its Marseille and Nice routes. 

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