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Flights to Rabat

Flights to Rabat take you to the ancient city that's the capital of Morocco. This is a place filled with intriguing sights, sounds and smells. There are regular direct flights from London, too, making journeys to Rabat simple and convenient. What's more Rabat-Salé Airport is just a short distance from the city centre.

Which is the main airport in Rabat?

The modern and efficient Rabat-Salé Airport is the airport which serves the Moroccan capital city. Rabat-Salé Airport is situated about five miles from the centre of Rabat. Taxis are readily available from outside the airport terminal and local buses are also available for arriving passengers.

Which airlines offer flights to Rabat?

Rabat–Salé Airport is served by a wide range of international airlines. From London, Ryanair and Royal Air Maroc operate direct flights. Among the other airlines serving Rabat-Salé Airport is Air France, which operates most of the indirect flights from the UK via Paris. Other airlines using the airport include Transavia France, TUI, Etihad and Qatar Airways.

Why travel by plane to Rabat?

There's no better way to travel to Rabat than by plane. Flights to Rabat land at Rabat-Salé Airport, which is a short distance from the centre of this ancient city, making plane travel to Rabat an easy to plan. Direct flights from London Heathrow and London Stansted make the journey a simple one, too. Taxis are readily available for the short journey to the Rabat city centre.

Before you travel to Rabat by plane - good to know!

Like many other Moroccan cities, the joy of Rabat is the way in which it's a treat for all the senses. Finding a cafe and enjoying a mint tea is how to join the traditional way of life in Rabat. The Medina, or old city, is the place for shopping in the traditional souk. Remember, if you're feeling stressed by the bargaining of a particular merchant, simply walk away. Beginning to haggle, however, is considered nearly a commitment to buy. The oldest part of Rabat, Chellah, is now both a haunting ruin and a breeding place for storks. If you're aiming to get around by taxi, one tip is to avoid the expensive white taxis when in the city and choose instead the smaller, blue "Petit Taxis" which are cheaper and considered more reliable.

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