Flights to Morocco & Meet and Greet

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Flights schedules are changing due to Covid-19.

ADVICE FOR BOOKING

1) Check availability of flights on the airline’s own web site to find the best prices.

2) Flights booked with 14 days of departure are very unlikely to be cancelled because of the substantial compensation that must be paid.

3) EasyJet flights restart on 8th February with flights to Agadir from London Gatwick:

in February & March: Sat, Mon & Thurs; from April onwards Sat, Tues, Wed & Thurs

Ryanair is running flights including from Manchester and London Stansted to Agadir and Marrakech on Saturdays & sometimes on Tuesdays too.

Short direct flights to Morocco are available all year round from several UK airports and from various cities in Europe. 

Agadir is the closest airport to Taroudant (50 minutes’ drive along a good and fairly quiet road). An alternative is to fly to Marrakech, with a choice of 2 options:  3.25 hours on the new motorway or 5 hours over the spectacular Tiz n Test Pass, said to be the most scenic in Morocco and Michael Palin’s favourite trip ever!

We strongly advise travelling to Agadir rather than Marrakech if possible – it is a small efficient airport with a good quiet road link to Taroudant.

It is always helpful to seek advice from us about the best flights to Morocco because we understand how to produce the best itinerary, bearing in mind a variety of factors including: flight timings, luggage allowances, days that flights operate, when the flights are released, pattern of pricing  (varies depending on when you book, dates, days, the airports and airlines), as well as flying into one airport and home from another.

If you are taking part in one of our group holidays, we liaise with your group leader to decide on the best flight option for the group, and send you the relevant information plus a link to the airline’s website when the flights are released and/or the group has recruited sufficient people to make the holiday viable.  On the other hand you are free to choose to use different flights. Nonetheless we offer to transport you to and from the airport, but it is likely to be more costly.

General Advice for Booking Flights

We advise that you always make flight bookings via the airline’s own website (e.g. www.easyjet.com) because flight availability is always accurate, prices should be the lowest at the given time and the booking is easy to manage.

The flights that we recommend are all direct (saving fuel and your time!) and at reasonable prices, ranging from £20 (if you book early at non-peak times) to around £100 each way. For non-peak dates you will usually pay under £100 for return flights including hand luggage. Because hand baggage allowances are generous with Easyjet you may not need to pay for a hold bag or could share with a friend.

Use the Airline’s Own Website

We advise that you always make flight bookings via the airline’s own website (e.g. www.easyjet.com) because flight availability is always accurate and prices should be the lowest at the given time. To avoid being directed to sites selling flights on a commission basis, you MUST type in the full airline website address into your browser. Sites such as Skyscanner and Expedia extract information from many websites, but this is unreliable because they do not show a comprehensive list of direct flights, show many indirect flights at much higher prices or claim that a particular flight is full, when it is available via the airline’s website.  Also it is very difficult to change your flight booking whereas the airline’s web sites are easy to use.

FLIGHTS TO MOROCCO FROM THE UK

Airlines which serve our nearest airport (Agadir preferably; if not Marrakech) in Morocco are:

EasyJet
The days shown in brackets run at certain times of year.

London Gatwick to Agadir: (Monday), Tuesday, (Wednesday), (Thursday) & Saturday
London Gatwick to Marrakech (daily, sometimes twice a day)

Manchester to Marrakech: Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday

Manchester to Agadir: Saturday & Wednesday

London Luton to Essaouira: Tuesday & Saturday – not for whole season

Ryanair
Manchester to Agadir: Tuesdays & Saturdays

London Stansted to Agadir: Tuesdays & Saturdays

London Stansted to Marrakech: Saturdays & Sundays

London Stansted to Fez, Rabat & Essaouira: various

Liverpool to Marrakech: Mondays & Fridays

Air Arabia
Dublin to Agadir (usually November to April only)

British Airways
Gatwick to Marrakech

TUI
Often outrageously expensive (including a very small hand baggage allowance) and often include schedules at the worst times (eg arriving back at 3.30am) Manchester to Agadir; Bristol to Marrakech.

Royal Air Maroc
London Heathrow or Gatwick to Casablanca: direct daily flights with connections to all major Moroccan cities including Agadir.

FLIGHTS TO AGADIR (& MARRAKECH) FROM THE REST OF EUROPE

There are many flights to both Agadir and Marrakech.

BY AIRLINE 
Many airlines offering direct flights usually 2 or more times a week from several cities to Agadir & Marrakech including Easyjet, Ryanair, Veulig, Air Berlin and Condor.  Transavia offer a few flights.

Royal Air Maroc offers indirect flights daily from many European cities via Casablanca to Agadir and several other Moroccan airports. It’s best to fly direct if you can: see list below.

BY COUNTRY

Direct Flights to Agadir usually on Tuesdays and often on Saturdays and possibly other days from the following:

France: from Paris Orly with Transavia (twice a day) or TUI; on Saturdays from Nice with EasyJet and Lyon with Transavia, Toulouse with Air Arabia; more cities with EasyJet: Lyon, Nantes, Toulouse.

Germany: from Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin & Dusseldorf with Condor;  Hanover with TUI and Leipzig with Sun Express, from Cologne with Air Arabia (departs Mon; arrives early hours Tue); from Berlin on Wed & Sat with EasyJet

The Netherlands: from Amsterdam with Transavia and EasyJet (Saturdays)

Switzerland: from Zurich with Germania

Bulgaria: from Sofia with Balkan Holidays

Italy: from Milan with EasyJet (Tuesdays & Saturdays)

Hungary: from Budapest with Wizzair

Denmark: from Copenhagen with Norwegian (Saturdays)

FLIGHTS TO MARRAKECH FROM EUROPE

Norwegian offer flights to  Marrakech (and occasionally to Agadir) from various European cities & countries including  Athens, Nice, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, Croatia, Sicily, Crete and Scandanavia.

Spain: flights to Marrakech with Ryanair including Seville to Marrakech and Vuelig  including Barcelona to Marrakech.

FLIGHTS FROM NORTH AMERICA

Usually the cheapest and easiest way is to fly to London or Manchester and then connect with the flights to Agadir. The latest popular budget airline offering service to London Gatwick is Norwegian Airlines. Then you can join the Easyjet flight London Gatwick to Agadir or, if you plan to visit Marrakech too, the London Gatwick to Marrakech (daily).