Agadir Airport: Agadir Al Massira Airport
Agadir Airport, Al-Massira Airport, is 25 kilometers southeast of the city centre. The airport has a single terminal, with the prospect of a second terminal granted to increase capacity. The airport is well equipped, stays open all night and is the destination of many European charter flights.
Agadir Airport: Facilities
A car park with a capacity of 1500 places is available for passengers. There are a number of restaurants available to passengers within the airport. A couple of banks with bureau de change and ATMs are available from Monday – Friday between 8:30 and 16:30.
Airline companies with counters at the airport include Royal Air Maroc, Blue Atlas, Regional Airlines and Jet4You.
All major car rental agencies – Hertz, Avis, Europe Car and Express – have booths at Agadir Al Massira Airport and will meet arrivals by arrangement. For more details, see our guide to Agadir Car Rental.
Agadir Airport: Transport
Holiday companies run their own buses to meet flights and shuttle passengers to their hotels. If you don’t get one of these, you can get the shuttle bus connecting the airport to Inezgane, the region’s transport hub, some 13 kilometres south of Agadir. Take bus number 22 just from outside the airport, departing every 40 minutes, to Inezgane. From Inezgane, you can change to bus number 20, 24 or 28 for Agadir or take grand taxi.
Major car rental companies have booths at the airport. For more information, see our Agadir Car Rental guide.
Agadir Airport: Flights
There are scheduled direct flights to Agadir from London Heathrow operated by Royal Air Maroc . GB Airways, a subsidiary of British Airways, run scheduled flights to Agadir during the summer time only.
Charter flights give you the best option for flying to Agadir from major UK airports. These include London Gatwick, Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester.
Check our Flights to Agadir page for more information on flights to and from Agadir Al Massira Airport.