How to get to Rabat
Morocco is well served by airline companies and has numerous airports.
There are more than 16 airports so you can land as close as possible to your final destination: Agadir, Al Hoceima, Beni Mellal, Casablanca, Dakhla, Essaouira,
Errachidia, Fez, Laâyoune, Marrakech, Nador, Ouarzazate, Oujda, Rabat-Salé, Tangier and Tétouan. Royal Air Maroc and European airlines
run regular services and there are many charter flights for easy access to tourist destinations.
Casablanca is the bigest city in Morocco and certainly one of the most served cities by airline companies in Africa.
Casablanca is only one hour's flight from Madrid,
three hours from Milan and Paris and three hours 20 minutes from London.
Rabat–Salé Airport is an international airport located in the city of Salé, serving as well its sister town Rabat. This airport is located about 8 kilometres (5 mi) east-northeast of Rabat and about 90 km (56 mi) northeast of Casablanca. If you choose to land on Rabat-Sale Airport, you have two options for getting to downtown city of Rabat. The first option is the bus shuttle from Rabat-Sale AIRPORT to city center near Rabat-Ville train station (cost just 20 MAD eq. to 2 USD). The second option is to take a taxi. There is a sign inside the airport, just before the exit, that gives approximate prices for different destinations (Rabat, Salé, etc.). It will cost you 200 to 250 MAD to get to downtown Rabat by taxi.
Travelers arriving at the Casablanca International Airport (Mohamed V International Airport) will be able to board a train that will transport them directly to Rabat or to Casablanca. Trains leave the airport at hourly intervals and a ticket from the airport to the Rabat Ville Train Station will cost travelers around 80 dirhams ($8 us, Price subject to change). Travelers should be attentive when requesting a ticket or when disembarking the train, as Rabat has two train stations, namely the Rabat Agdal Station and the Rabat Ville Station. The Rabat Ville Station is the main train station in Rabat and passengers should ensure that they have reached the correct station.