French in Morocco

Air Transportation

A person talking to an employee at an airport desk

Every major city in Morocco has an international airport, which features all of the normal conveniences of duty-free shops, restaurants, car rental agencies, and counters where currency can be exchanged. French, Arabic and English are the languages used in airport signs and announcements. Employees at the information desks are fluent in each of these languages.

There is no really adequate form of public transportation to the airports. Buses are not recommended and there are no trains; thus, travelers use either private automobiles or taxicabs for the commute. The airports generally have ample parking.