The number of passengers coming through Moroccan airports in 2018 was 10 percent higher than in 2017.
Rabat – In 2018, Moroccan airports received more than 22,534,000 passengers, according to the National Office of Airports (ONDA).
Last year, Moroccan airports received 10 percent more passengers than in 2017, which had approximately 20 million passengers.
Morocco’s air traffic with Europe represents 87 percent of its international air traffic and rose 12 percent from 2017.
Air traffic with South America grew by 19 percent; by 12 percent with North America; and by 6 percent with the Middle East.
Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca handled 43 percent of Moroccan international air traffic in 2018, receiving 9,732,044 passengers, an increase by 4 percent from 2017.
The Agadir airport recorded an increase of 25 percent in passengers; Marrakech 21 percent; Fez 17 percent; Ouarzazate 37 percent; Essaouira 25 percent; and Dakhla 20 percent.
Approximately 12.3 million tourists visited Morocco in 2018, up 8 percent from 2017.