We’ve put together this helpful list of some airports in Morocco, to get you started. Our Moroccan airport guides, include all the information you need to know before you go.
The most common way for international visitors to enter Morocco is by air, and air travel in Morocco is also a good option if you are in a hurry to get somewhere. If you are planning to fly there are several airports in Morocco, that will be able to serve your needs. Both local and international Moroccan airports operate throughout the country. All of Morocco’s airports are under the care of the Office National Des Aéroports or ONDA. This airport operator was established in 1989 and is based at the famous Mohammed V International Airport.
National airlines operating in Morocco will be able to transport you between the various Moroccan airports. Include Royal Air Maroc, Jet4you, Air Atlas Express, Atlas Blue, Regional Air Lines, and Monday.
List of the busiest airports in Morocco:
Mohammed V International Airport is an international airport serving Casablanca, Morocco. Located in Nouaceur Province
Agadir-Al Massira Airport
Agadir is the capital of the province, the region of Agadir, and the region of Souss-Massa-Drâa.
Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport
The airport is named for Ibn Battouta (1304-1368), a Moroccan traveler who was born in Tangier.
Fes–Saïss Airport is an airport serving Fes, the capital city of the Fes-Boulemane region in Morocco.
Rabat-Salé Airport is one of the larger airports in Morocco.
Ouarzazate Airport is an airport serving Ouarzazate, a city in the Drâa-Tafilalet region in Morocco.
Moulay Ali Cherif Airport (IATA: ERH, ICAO: GMFK) is an airport serving Errachidia (Er-Rachidia), a town in the Drâa-Tafilalet region in Morocco.
Nador Airport, also known as El Aroui Airport, is an airport in North-East Morocco.
Dakhla Airport is an airport serving a city in Western Sahara disputed south province of Morocco.