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Why Fly to Casablanca?
Located in western Morocco, Casablanca is Morocco's largest city and one of the country's busiest flight gateways. Mohammed V International Airport, located 30km south-east of Casablanca, is the busiest airport in Morocco with over 6million passengers passing through the airport annually. The smaller Casablanca-Anfa Airport, located about 6km southwest of Casablanca, is the domestic flight hub. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap and last-minute flights to Casablanca.
Flying to Casablanca from the UK
There are a small number of airlines that offer cheap flight deals from UK airports to Casablanca's Mohammed V International Airport. While you can hop on a direct flight from London taking just over 3 hours, one-stop services do tend to be cheaper. Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham and Edinburgh international airports also offer one-stop services to Casablanca via Paris or Brussels.
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Which Airlines Fly to Casablanca?
Royal Air Maroc is the only airline that offers direct flights to Casablanca from London, with flights departing from both London Gatwick and Heathrow. Although non-direct flights typically take longer than direct flights, they can be significantly cheaper. If you are looking for a cheap flight, Iberia fly to Casablanca via Madrid, while TAP take a stop in Lisbon. From Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol and Birmingham, Air France offers a one-stop service to Casablanca via Paris, while Brussels Airlines offers a one-stop service via Brussels.
Mini Travel Guide to Casablanca
Casablanca is located in the west of Morocco on the Atlantic coast. Known as Morocco’s commercial hub, Casablanca is a stylish city with a buzzing night scene, great shopping and some sublime art deco architecture.
Immortalised through the eponymous Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman movie, Casablanca is a sprawling, vibrant metropolis of close to 6.5 million inhabitants where contemporary western life meets Arabic tradition.
A must-see is Casablanca's mighty Hassan II Mosque, created by more than 6,000 craftsmen. The monumental building is located next to the sea and accommodates 2,500 worshippers inside and another 80,000 in its courtyard on a site covering a whopping 22 acres. The Old and New Medinas are great examples of traditional Arabic architecture, with the Old Medina housing an 18th-century fortress, a jewellery market and the tomb of Sidi Allal el-Kairouani, who became the city's patron saint in 1350.
While set 3 miles out of town, The Jewish Museum (Musée du Judaïsme Marocain) is Casablanca's only museum and well worth a trip.
The imposing Place Mohammed V is located at the heart of the city, surrounded by bustling cafés and tacky souvenir shops while the impressive clock tower keeps time over the hustle and bustle. Running off the square towards the busy port is the Houphouët Boigny, a boulevard lined with shops and restaurants. For those wanting a credit card workout, the Casablanca Twin Centre is a contemporary twin-tower complex, containing never-ending shopping malls.