Fez Fes-Saïss Airport

Fes-Saïss Airport is the main airport serving the Marrakech region and should be your first choice. The airport is serviced by a number of international airlines, including Royal Air Maroc, Jet Air Fly, Ryanair, Vueling. Once you land at the airport, access to the city itself is extremely easy. A taxi station is located at the airport esplanade. Just make sure to settle on a price (around 150 Dh which is a group prise including the luggage) with your driver before taking off. The line 16 bus also runs from the airport to the city. Within the airport itself, you will have access to a tourism information counter within the international area in addition to currency exchange offices and wireless internet access within the terminals.

Casablanca Aéroport International Mohammed V

While we recommend flying into Fes-Saïss Airport  if possible, Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport is your next best choice. It is the busiest airport in Morocco and sees flights from international airlines such as Royal Air Maroc, Air France, Easyjet, Emirates, Turkish Airlines, IBERIA, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways Company and Saudi Arabian Airlines.
While the airport has a taxi stand with suggested fares, you’ll have to keep in mind Casablanca is around a 3-4 hour drive from Fez. Your cheapest option is to take the train from the Casablanca airport station to Fez, which will take roughly 4-5 hours. The train station is located at level -1 outside of Terminal 1 Arrivals, where you will be able to purchase tickets for your train. Note you will have to purchase 2 train tickets; the first to take you from the airport to the local city station of Casa Voyageurs and the second to take you onward to Fes. Before you hop on a train or into a taxi, you can make use of the airport’s currency exchange offices and wireless internet access in Terminals 1 and 2 as well as the tourism information counter, which is located within Arrivals.