No less than 25 leading airlines serve Morocco. Beyond the political and economic capitals, Rabat and Casablanca, all the major regional industrial centers and tourist destinations are widely served, first and foremost Marrakesh, but also Agadir, Tangier, Fez, Meknes, Essaouira, Oujda and more.
Royal Air Maroc is the national airline – created in 1957, it now operates some sixty aircraft serving 99 destinations worldwide, 39 of which are part of the 23 countries of the Oneworld network (joined in March 2020). Royal Air Maroc has massively developed its connections with Africa over the years, with 29 countries served.
The Office National Des Aéroports is a public establishment serving both industries and trade.
Its key mission is to plan, operate, maintain and develop the country’s 18 civil airports.