Find the cheapest flight to Morocco

Morocco has long been a popular tourist destination, as it’s an African experience that’s close to Europe – so there are plenty of direct flights from all over Europe and even a couple of North American cities. If you’re not already in Europe, you might want to get a flight to a major hub (like London, Paris or Barcelona) and then catch a cheap flight to Morocco on a European budget airline. Morocco has no shortage of airports you can fly into (in cities such as Marrakech, Fes and Tangier), especially on a small budget carrier from Europe, but the country’s main airport is in Casablanca.

Mohammed V International Airport (airport code CMN) is Morocco’s busiest airport and a hub for Morocco’s national airline, Royal Air Maroc. (If the translated version of the website doesn’t work, try an online translator.) You’ll find a complete list of airlines serving Casablanca here, and you can track flight information here. Ground transpotation information is here, and includes train, coach and taxi. Car rental companies are listed here.

More Information on Morocco

Despite the fact that Morocco has a sturdy tourism infrastructure (which comes from being a popular destination for even the tour bus crowds for years), it still provides an exotic experience. In a country that’s only a short flight from Europe, you can do a camel trek in the Sahara desert, visit Berber settlements or get yourself lost in the narrow streets and colorful markets of Fes and Marrakech.

For more information on what to see and where to stay in Morocco, see the Morocco Travel Guide.