Casablanca
Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport

Everything you need to know before departing from or arriving to Casablanca Airport

Transportation from Casablanca Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 3. 3. 2024

To get to the city centre, use the train, which stops at the underground station below the terminal.

There are currently no regular bus services to the airport.

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Train

Rail connections between the airport and the city centre are provided by ONCF Moroccan Railways.

The train from the airport goes to the "Casa Voyageurs" station where you can change to long-distance trains throughout the country (Marrakech, Rabat, Fez, Tangier and many other destinations). You can also change here to the T1 tram line in the direction of the historic centre.

The ticket costs 50 mad and can be purchased at the ticket office at the station (expect queues of up to 45 minutes) or at a ticket machine (they don't usually work).

For 60 mad you can also buy a ticket inside the train from the conductor (cash only).

  • Frequency - 60 minutes
    • The train from the airport to the city centre always leaves at XX:50
    • The train from Casa Voyageurs station to the airport always leaves at XX:05
  • Travel time - 25 minutes
  • First and last train from the centre to the airport - 6:05 / 22:05
  • First and last train from the airport to the centre - 5:50 / 22:50

For official information and to find connections, visit: oncf.ma.

Car rental

There are several international and local car rental counters in the departure hall.

A car is a great option in Morocco if you want to explore the rural areas and venture into the Atlas Mountains.

Prices for a week's rental start at €80 from local rental companies and from 180 eur and large international companies.

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Taxi

While a new taxi ordering system has solved the taxi problems at Morocco's 2nd largest airport, Marrakech RAK, Casablanca still depends on your bargaining skills.

Official airport taxis don't use a meter and the normal price to downtown Casablanca is around 300 mad.

At night, however, taxi drivers can haggle starting amounts via 600 mad.

Uber, Careem, Bolt or other similar mobile apps do not work in Casablanca.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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