Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK) Airport

Marrakech Menara Airport RAK Airport Overview

Marrakech Menara Airport RAK is an international airport located close to Marrakech - the capital city of the Marrakech / Tensift / El Haouz region off Morocco, northwest Africa. It is one of the 13 most beautiful airports in the world.  When heading to the Airport take the road in the Essaouira direction.

With a long runway and an estimated 3 million passengers a year, Marrakech Menara Airport is hub to Royal Air Maroc and is served by many regular and low-cost European airlines with direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

NOTE:  It is advisable to take precautional measures to avoid unpleasant surprises.  See http:// marrakech.airport-authority.com/passenger-feedback
 
The passenger terminal complex at Marrakech Menara Airport consists of two terminals – T1 & T2. Both together span an area of 42,000 square meters - designed for only 2.5 million passengers.  For any airport inquiry, contact the call center at 080 1000 224.
Rental car counters at Marrakech Airport are located in the Arrivals areas of both terminals. 
Global Exchange and BMCE Bank offer banking facilities. 
WiFi access is available throughout the Airport. 
The 'Convives de marque' lounges are at both departures & arrivals areas, with dining choices, equipped work spaces & information service.
FastTrack at the arrival area is for 'Convives de marque' subscribers.
 
Terminal 1 offers BMCE bank & Banque Populaire branches in both the Arrivals and Departures halls; The Public Hall has a book & tobacco store, a Morocan pastry shop, Douceurs d’Orient, Bar café Atasa in both Arrivals & Departures halls; the new Raal restaurant in the departure lounge; duty-free shops Dufry Maroc & IDFS; clothing shop Lacoste, and various Moroccan craft shops.
Terminal 2  offers a Banque Populaire branch in Arrivals & Departures hall; the Public Hall has a book & tobacco store, a Morocan pastry shop; Bar café Atasa in the departure lounge; duty-free shops Dufry Maroc & IDFS; and various Moroccan craft shops.


 




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