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About Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport (CMN)

Morocco’s busiest airport and one of the key air transport hubs for North Africa, Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport serves the country’s most populous city, Casablanca. Our guide to the airport includes information about airport facilities, public transportation and nearby accommodation options.


Airport information desks are located in Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Tourist information is also available in Arrivals.


Driving directions:

From the centre of Casablanca, take the A7 motorway towards Marrakech. From northeast Casablanca, take the N9 route towards Settat. The airport is signposted.

Airport Info

Office National des Aéroports
BP 8101 Casablanca

Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport is located 30km (19 miles) south of Casablanca.

No. of terminals:

+212 522 539 040

Public Transport

Public transport road:

Taxi:Taxis are available outside Arrivals, 24-hours a day. Make sure you agree a fare before getting in the cab - haggling is required for the best price.

Public transport rail:

Rail:A train service (tel: +212 890 203 040; operates from the airport arrivals area to Casablanca’s port and the city centre (journey time: 45 minutes). The trains arrive at the airport railway station located at (-1) level, and are scheduled at every hour from 02h56 to 21h56. This is by far the easiest and most comfortable way of travelling into the city. From Casablanca there are intercity connections to numerous major centres. 

Terminal facilities


Banks with bureau de change facilities and ATMs can be found in Terminals 1 and 2. Passengers are advised to change their leftover dirhams before going through security as there is nowhere to exchange money in Departures. Technically the Moroccan dirham is a closed currency, which means it can't be traded outside the country.


The restaurants and cafés at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport are concentrated in Terminals 1 and 2. Options range from sit-down restaurants serving local fare to a pizzeria in Terminal 1.


There are shops in all terminals selling a range of goods, from Moroccan arts and crafts to electronics and fashion items. Duty-free outlets can be found in all three terminals, although cigarettes and alcohol cannot be paid for in dirhams, only euros.


Luggage trolleys are available at the car park and luggage delivery areas of Terminals 1 and 2, with porters present to help. To protect luggage, passengers can use protective packaging: laminating machines are available in front of the check-in counters at both terminals. In the event of lost or damaged luggage, the ‘Litiges luggage’ service will be able to help.


Other facilities at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport include a 24-hour medical centre, pharmacy, children’s play areas and a prayer room.

Airport facilities

Conference and business:

Fax, photocopy and internet facilities are available in the small business centre in the main hall at Terminal 1. There are no conference facilities at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport but the nearby Atlas Airport Hotel (tel: +212 529 003 002; houses meeting space.

Communication Facilities:

Wi-Fi internet is available in Terminals 1 and 2. There is a post office in Terminal 1, and public telephones can be found throughout the airport.

Disabled facilities:

Lifts and ramps provide easy access to most parts of the airport. Wheelchair transportation can be provided between the aeroplane and the terminal buildings – passengers requiring wheelchairs and special assistance should inform their airline prior to travel. Car parking spaces dedicated to disabled passengers are available in the on-site car parks.

Car parking:

There are two car parks in front of Terminals 1 and 2 with 1,050 spaces each, offering short- and long-term rates.

Car rental:

Car hire companies at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport include: Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National, Sixt and Thrifty, as well as several local operators.

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