The worst airport transfer ever is taking place in Casablancas airport in Morocco.
This is because the government there recently decided that they are no longer going to transfer all of their passengers and luggage to the United Arab Emirates.
The reason for this was a recent outbreak of Ebola in Casablanas airport.
So instead of taking the airport transfers and passengers to the Emirates, Casablans airport is going to have a special service.
According to a report by Al Jazeera, there will be a special airport transfer that will only take people and their luggage to a special spot at the airport.
That special spot will be on the third floor of the airport, just off the main terminal.
This will be closed to the public and only the people who have booked their flights there and have a passport from the United States or a European Union country will be allowed to use it.
According the Al Jazeera report, the people will be able to get a flight from Casablanco to Dubai, but the airport will have to shut down all flights at 11:00 pm local time.
It will also have to close all flights to Casablanchas to avoid the outbreak of the Ebola virus in Casarablancans airport.
According some sources, the airport’s management will be offering a special discount on its flights.
According Al Jazeera: There are already restrictions in place in the UAE and Morocco for the use of foreign airlines.
It’s the same in Morocco, with the country having imposed restrictions on the use and transportation of certain goods and services from abroad for three weeks this year.
Al Jazeera also reports that the people with the Ebola symptoms will be taken to a separate facility and tested for the virus.
Al Arabiya News reports that while there are already measures in place to prevent people from coming in contact with the virus, the health ministry in Casajrande has decided to allow the travel of all travelers to the UAE, but not to the country’s airports.
Al Jazeerah says that there are other measures in Casas airport to stop people from arriving from Casabranas, but there are also plans to put them on buses or trains.
Al Masdar News says that in the United Kingdom, there are restrictions on travel from the country, which is where the outbreak is occurring.
According BBC, the restrictions are not being lifted and are being enforced by British authorities.
The government in Casagrande decided to restrict the flow of people from the UK to the airport for the Ebola outbreak and have no plans to lift them, BBC reports.
In a statement to Al Jazeera this morning, the airline said it was “deeply concerned by the decision to close the main international terminal and the transfer of passengers from Casajranas airport”.
In a second statement, the company said it “is disappointed in the decision, as it was not in the interests of all passengers and crew and that the decision has had an adverse impact on the economy and public health in the country”.
Al Jazeera says that the airline is also asking for a full explanation from the government on the decision.
Al Saba News says the airline has been forced to cancel flights from Casas and Dubai to prevent the spread of the virus in the region.
The airport has already received an Ebola outbreak alert.
Al Ajami News reports: According to the WHO, a total of 1,921 people have died of Ebola virus disease in the countries of West Africa.
The WHO said the majority of them have died in Liberia and Guinea, but a large number of cases have also been reported in the Gambia, Senegal, Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon and Senegal.
In the meantime, there have been 2,965 deaths in Guinea, 1,846 in Liberia, 1.2 million in Sierra Leone, 1 million in Nigeria, 1 in Senegal and 830 in Mauritania.
A large number have also died in Mali, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Senegal, according to the World Health Organization.