Mohammed V Airport is the largest airport in Morocco and very crowded and noisy, with signs only in Arabic and French.
It's located about 30km south of Casablanca, so if your accommodation provided free transport to/from the airport, then its a good idea to use it!
Getting to/from Casablanca:-
Car - there is short and long term parking, numerous rental car companies
Rail - trains operate from Arrivals to Casablanca port and the city centre (takes about 50 minutes)
Taxi - grand taxis from outside Arrivals cost around 200MAD to the city
Bus - there is a bus service to Casablanca from Arrivals
ATMs, post office, banks with bureau de change facility, pay telephones, restaurants, cafés, various duty-free shops, pharmacy, and first aid facilities available.
Gold star to AF.
In the middle of the worst December weather Scotland & France had seen for years, flights were being cancelled and delayed all over. I expected the worst as I headed for Edinburgh Airport at 6.30am with the temperature at -3c and lots of snow on the car.
They got me all the way to Casa right on time! Both flights!
Plus, on the Paris - Casa flight the meal was a great 4 course lunch. Smoked salmon salad, then poached salmon, cheese and dessert. It's a long time since I've had such a good feed on a plane. Maybe because it's intercontinental?
Casablanca Airport is called Mohammed V and it is Morocco’s main airport for its size and volume of traffic. Many international flights arrive in Casablanca and transit to other cities, it is also the hub of the country’s airline – Royal Air Maroc. The airport is around 30kms south of the CBD. Trains and buses run from the airport to the main train station.
I flew to Casablanca from Paris (CDG) with Air France.
For domestic connection flights, I used Royal Air Maroc (RAM).
Both airlines have good websites on which I could do all the bookings.
Airport: Mohammed V International Airport = old and chaotic?
By plane!Royal Air Maroc works well and its food is real good.
Leaving the airport to the city by train is highly recommended (and atractive), as the distance is quite far and taxis are expensive (from the airport to the Mosque of Hassan you could easily pay about 187 dirhams: around 15.34 dolars).
We flew Air Maroc from Paris and again with Air Maroc to Malaga.
I have no complaints what so ever. The staff were kind and friendy and food and drink were included in the price.