Cheapest car hire in Agadir Airport
5 seat minivan
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Useful things to know about Agadir Airport
- Agadir Airport is also called Al Massira Airport.
- It’s 15 miles from Agadir itself.
- Ryanair and easyJet both operate flights there.
- Last year over one and a half million people started their Moroccan holidays there.
- The airport opened in 1983.
Agadir Airport Mini Guide
Al Massira Airport
Al Massira Airport is situated about 15 miles from Agadir proper. With millions of passengers passing through each year, as well as a number of commercial flights, it is a busy airport despite offering flights to a limited number of destinations. Flights reaching it from other places such as the US
will be routed through Casablanca
, and passengers passing through Al Massira on their way through Casablanca can pass through passport control there, avoiding longer queues at Casablanca.
Reaching the Airport
Around 25 airlines service Al Massira Airport, including cut-rate airlines such as Ryanair. That said, the number of cities from and to which you can fly is limited. To reach the airport from the Agadir area, taxis are the only truly viable option unless you have rented a car, which is easily done from the facilities located outside the terminal.
Inside the Airport
Inside Al Massira Airport you can find a wide range of facilities. The terminal itself is split into two compartments, one for national and one for international passengers. Both of these parts benefit from a set of shops including duty-free. You can also slake any thirst and sate any hunger with a selection of restaurants, bars and fast food establishments. Al Massira even contains some shops allowing you to buy souvenirs from Moroccan artisans.
For passengers with limited mobility, Al Massira Airport offers help such as clearly signposted disabled toilets in each part of the terminal. Specially lowered telephones are available and access ramps can be found in all the relevant locations. You can count on priority treatment when checking in and when passing through customs and immigration. First aid can be given and limited medical facilities are available to help passengers in need.
A non-denominational prayer room is open to passengers of any faith, allowing you to practice your religious beliefs and take a moment out of your journey for spirituality.