A charter flight organised by the Government will leave Marrakech today to bring Irish passengers back to Ireland.
It's because flights are suspended in and out of Morocco.
The Department of Foreign Affairs has made arrangements to charter this plane which will depart from Marrakech today for those seeking to return to this country.
The flight will be operated by Ryanair on behalf of the Department
Flights have been suspended to and from Morocco since earlier this week, until at least the 13th of December.
Many citizens who have been left stranded have already made contact with the Embassy of Ireland in Rabat.
Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney says Ambassador McIntyre and his team at this embassy will continue to support citizens in the coming days to ensure a safe journey home.