Morocco is a country in the northwest of Africa not far from Spain, the countries are separated by the Strait of Gibraltar. Approximately 35 million people live in Morocco. In Casablanca, on the Atlantic Ocean, lives about 10% of the population and it is the largest city in the country. The capital of Morocco is Rabat. In the north of the country, you can find two Spanish enclaves, Ceuta and Melilla. The country is particularly popular among Moroccans living elsewhere in the world and tourists from Europe and the Middle East.

In Morocco, there are eight airports that are widely used, these airports can be found near Casablanca, Marrakesh, Agadir, Fez, Rabat, Tangier, Nador and Oujda. Casablanca Mohammed V Airport is the busiest airport in Morocco, which is also the base of the national flag carrier Royal Air Maroc. Ryanair and Air Arabia Maroc are strong competitors.

Practical information about Morocco:

Time zone: Greenwich Mean Time
Currency: MAD
National Day: 30 July
Airport: مطار

What are the busiest airports in Morocco?

Airport IATA Passengers
Casablanca Mohammed V Airport CMN 10,306,293
Marrakesh Menara Airport RAK 6,396,394
Agadir Al Massira Airport AGA 2,008,465
Fez-Saïss Airport FEZ 1,417,881
Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport TNG 1,353,860
Rabat-Salé Airport RBA 1,100,846
Nador El Aroui Airport NDR 772,371
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