Morocco will reopen its airspace for international flights from 7 February.
The ban on international flights was put in place on 29 November, in a bid to contain the Omicron variant.
It was initially put in place until 31 December, but was then extended until at least the end of January.
A government statement published by the country’s official MAP news agency said the ban would end on 7 February.
Entry requirements for visitors will be announced at a later date.
Vanessa Branson, Founding Partner at Marrakesh boutique hotel El Fenn, said: “After a testing time for all in hospitality in Morocco, we are thrilled to be welcoming our overseas guests back.”