Marrakesh Airport Guide with departures and arrivals information

RAK Marrakesh Airport is the main international airport serving the city of Marrakech, Morocco. Located just 6 km southwest of the city center, it is one of the busiest airports in the country.

The airport has a modern terminal building with a range of facilities, including duty-free shops, restaurants, cafes, and car rental services. It also a range of parking options for both short-term and long-term stays.

Marrakesh Airport is served by a number of airlines, including national carriers such as Royal Air Maroc and budget airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet. It offers direct flights to many major European cities, as well as destinations in Africa and the Middle East.

RAK Terminals

Marrakech Airport Terminals are currently two, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, which is recently built and operates some flights. Even being a modern and good-looking building, they are still part of the old terminal building:


International and regional flights are hosted at Terminal 1 of Marrakech Airport.


The Marrakech Airport Terminal 3 is situated in a distinct edifice and is designed for both domestic and international flights.


You can easily transfer terminals because they are in the same plac

RAK Transportion

There are a few transportation options available at Marrakech Airport. The best ones to move around, are taxis and transfers


There is a shuttle bus service that not only provides direct transportation to your hotel, but also makes stops at key locations throughout the city.

Please refer to the information provided in the "Services" section for additional details regarding the available bus options.

Taxi :

Taking a taxi is a convenient way to travel from Marrakech Airport to the city center, as the airport is situated 5 kilometers away. The transfer time usually ranges from 15 to 30 minutes depending on traffic conditions.

Car rental:

 Casablanca airport is well equipped with car rental counters in its facilities.


Get safe and sound to your destination. By booking, simply provide us with your flight information, and your private driver will keep an eye on your flight status in case of any delays. The price is all-inclusive, so there's no need to worry about any additional costs. When you arrive at Marrakesh Airport, your driver will be waiting for you at the arrivals hall holding a sign with your name on it. They will wait for up to 45 minutes after your flight lands.


RAK Services & Facilities

  • Currency Exchange and Post Office:                There are currency exchange stands and a post office available for your convenience.
  • Lounges:                                                                  The lounges offer continuous catering service, access to newspapers and high-speed internet, relaxation areas, and showers. Access to these spaces is subject to eligibility conditions.
  • Shops:                                                                Marrakech airport passenger terminals possess the widest shopping facilities including a great number of duty free shopping and souvenirs, retail outlets and bazaars. These are the places to spare time before take-off and to buy all the necessary things in.
  • Prayer Rooms:                                                   The airport provide prayer rooms for Its passengers to perform their prayers in a peaceful and quiet environment. 
  • Services & Facilitation:                                       To facilitate access for people with reduced mobility (PRM), the airport is equipped with ramps and dedicated elevators for PRMs. Airport operation agents and ground assistants are also available and at your service.

About Marrakesh

Welcome to Marrakech, a vibrant city full of history, culture, and beauty. Marrakech has long been a crossroads of different civilizations, resulting in a unique blend of Arab, African, and European influences.
It is the fourth largest city in Morocco along with Casablanca, Fez, and Tangier, being the most important of the former four imperial cities. The city highlights by its location at the northern foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Marrakesh is known as the Red City given the red sandstone walls that surround the city.

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At the heart of Marrakech is the medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts some of the most beautiful and well-preserved architecture in the world. Visitors to the medina can wander through its narrow alleyways, explore its souks, and admire its stunning mosques and palaces.
Marrakech is also known for its delicious cuisine, with a range of dishes that reflect the city's diverse heritage. From traditional tagines to street food, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
We hope you have a wonderful stay in Marrakech and look forward to welcoming you back soon.