Cheap Flights to Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport (CMN)
To reach Morocco's heart, passengers fly into Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport. Named after their late sultan, it's by far the country's busiest airport, serving almost 8 million passengers in 2014. So, needless to say, it's a bustling place! If you're thinking of making the trip, Skyscanner can help you book cheap flights to Casablanca International Airport.
Best Time to Book a Flight to Casablanca
The cheapest time to fly to Casablanca International Airport is any month, except January, June, and July. These three months are slightly more expensive. Otherwise, prices remain stable throughout the year. The city's climate is warmly Mediterranean, so it always feels like summertime! Escape the cold by using Price Alert to find the best deals on airfare.
Airlines That Fly to Casablanca International Airport
Many domestic and international airlines fly out of Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport, including:
- Afriqiyah Airways
- Air Algérie
- Air Arabia Maroc
- Air Canada Rouge
- Air France
- Etihad Airways
- Libyan Airlines
- Mauritania Airlines International
- Qatar Airways
- Royal Air Maroc
- TAP Portugal
- Turkish Airlines
What to Expect When Arriving at Casablanca International Airport
Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport is 30 km southeast of city center, and easily reached by the ONCF train, the CTM bus, or a taxi. The ONCF train runs every hour from station Aeroport Med V, located in the airport's basement level. It costs 43 dirhams ($5.75 CAD) to ride in 2nd class, and the trip to downtown takes 45 minutes. The CTM bus also has an airport station, but you'll be adding 15 minutes onto your commute. If you decide to catch a taxi, insist that your driver use their meter to avoid being overcharged. The fare should end up being between 300-350 dirhams ($40-47 CAD). Car rental is also available with online booking.
With its two terminals, T1 and T2, Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport is crowded with both domestic and international passengers. T1 has recently been renovated and expanded. It now includes a new shopping mall filled with excellent stores and boutiques. While the other terminal, T2 is outfitted with two lounges, one for arrivals and the other for departures. Outside the arrivals gate, there are two ATMs at your left, near the exit doors. Casablanca International Airport also offers a VIP lounge, duty-free stores, gift shops, and a fine selection of restaurants, cafeterias, and bars. Finally, if you need to check your emails, the first 30 minutes of Wifi is free.
What to see and do in Casablanca
Casablanca, known affectionately as "Casa", is considered to be Morocco's economic, industrial, and cosmopolitan hub. For tourists, there's plenty to see and do. Popular landmarks are the King Hassan II Mosque, Old Medina, and the Shrine of Sidi Abderrahman. If sightseeing isn't for you, take a dip in a Turkish bath ("hamman"), or picnic on the beach at Aïn Diab Plage. Restaurants in Morocco often stay closed during the day, only opening at 7PM, but there are also delicious cafés, traditional bakeries, and street food options available. While you're planning your trip, Skyscanner can help you find the best hotels.
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