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Private Jet Charter Casablanca

Private Jet Charter Flights in Casablanca, Morocco

Rent a business jet luxury charter plane to Casablanca, casually referred to as ‘Casa’, the largest city in Morocco and the nation’s cosmopolitan, industrial and economic center.

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When you rent a private jet with Air Charter Advisors, you’ll enjoy access to thousands of charter planes around the world for your flight, along with competitive rates & pricing, and the highest levels of safety & service in aviation.

In addition to on-demand jet charters, our aircraft services include air cargo flights, supplemental lift for executives, jet card memberships, medical charter flights, and airplane sales & acquisitions. We can also manage your private plane to maximize ownership, chartering it using the largest marketplace online for luxury and business jet charter.

Air Charter Advisors is your complete source for executive air travel and private jet charter services in Casablanca, Morocco.

Casablanca Air Charter Advisors

Air Charter Advisors is a Wyvern-registered jet charter broker. What does this mean when booking your flight with us? It means you’re working with a company with an accreditation earned by 1% of brokers selling flights around the world.

Our company goes beyond the requirements set by the FAA and foreign aviation organizations, carrying internal safety standards and due diligence processes that often meet those utilized by Fortune 100 corporate flight departments.

Some of the world’s largest corporations and organizations call our private jet advisors when they need to arrange on-demand supplemental lift, whether their plane suffers a mechanical, all of their planes are in use, or they need to charter a plane for a mission outside of their fleet’s capabilities.

Our charter quotes are 100% free and no commitment is required. We also don’t need any memberships fees, upfront costs or any other hidden charges. Our quotes are all-inclusive and are some of the most competitive rates in the industry without compromising the safety, quality or comfort of your flight.

Provide us with your trip details, and our Casablanca Air Charter Advisors will create a list of aircraft options based on the goals of your flight, all while ensuring every plane, pilot, and operator meets our industry-leading safety standards.

For pricing, hourly aircraft rates, and availability on private flights to Casablanca, submit a request for more information or call our air charter broker directly at +1-888-987-5387 (JETS).

Airports for Private Jets in Casablanca

Private jets flying to Casablanca typically arrive at Casablanca–Mohammed V International (CMN), the busiest airport in the Kingdom and the 4th busiest in all of Africa, handling more than 8.6 million passengers annually. Casablanca–Mohammed (CMN) offers two private terminals for fast and discrete arrivals/departures, and two long runways to accommodate any size aircraft. Sale Airport (RBA) is another popular choice for charter planes, located to the northeast in the city of Rabat just under 70 miles away.

(GMMN, CMN) Mohammed V International Airport – Casablanca, Morocco

  • Runway: 12,205 feet
  • FBO: Jetex Flight Support – Swissport Executive Aviation Maroc
  • Customs: Yes

(GMMT) Casablanca Tit Mellil Airport – Casablanca, Morocco

(GMME, RBA) Rabat–Salé Airport – Rabat, Morocco

Charter Planes for Private Flights to Casablanca, Morocco

Our private jet charter company offers instant access to charter planes located around the world for private flights to or from Morocco, with safety and service standards that sit atop the business aviation industry.

Our air charter brokers review third-party safety and performance reports to ensure every charter plane, operator, and pilot meets the levels we require to fly our clients, and our transparent, hassle-free booking process can have you in the air in as little as 4 hours notice, quickly arriving/departing via private terminals on both ends.

Discuss your charter planes options for your flight with one of our jet charter Casablanca brokers, including empty leg and transient jets returning to Morocco or your outbound destination. We can also connect you with outstanding deals on one-way flights, or specially equipped medical aircraft for air ambulance, medevac, and non-emergency medical flights.

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Private Jet Charters > Africa > Morocco

“If that charter plane leaves the ground for Casablanca and you’re not on it, you’ll regret it. Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow, but soon, and for the rest of your life.”

Chartering a private jet is the best way to arrive in Casablanca, skipping the long lines for commercial flights, and choosing the date & time of when you want to fly. You’ll also enjoy the most comfortable, secure, and stylish way to arrive. Here’s looking at you, kid.

Casablanca is the biggest city in Morocco home to more than 3 million people, including immigrants from all parts of Africa. It’s also the country’s commercial and trade, home to the Port of Casablanca, Morocco’s largest port.

Many executives charter across the Atlantic and Mediterranean for business, while luxury travelers are drawn to the allure created by the eponymous movie from 1942.

Did you know? The goodbye scene in “Casablanca” was actually shot at Van Nuys Airport (KVNY), the private jet hub of LA executives, Hollywood celebs, and VIP angelenos, and the airport’s iconic hanger from the scene is currently undergoing restorations.

The city is often overshadowed by the chich exoticism of Marrakech, the literary bohemianism of Tangier, and the medieval treasures of Fez. Still, Casablanca is better suited for the 21st century, trading in minarets and medieval street patterns for modern amenities.

However, many find it to be one of Morocco’s less endearing cities, with high congestion and a bit of culture shock. And a majority of the people here aren’t living the Casablancan dream — thousands upon thousands of rural Moroccans have fled the drought-ravaged interior of the city after struggling with higher costs of living, and the outskirts suffer from poverty and higher crime rates.

Still, the awe-inspiring Hassan II Mosque, the Morocco Mall, adventurous cuisine, busy day & nightlife, a variety of colonial architecture, and cultural influences are worth placing on your Moroccan itinerary.


The modern city of Casablanca was founded in the 10th Century BC and subsequently controlled by Phoenicians, Romans, and the Merenids as “Anfa” a strategic port city.  The Portuguese destroyed the port and rebuilt it under the name “Casa Branca”, however, the city was abandoned after an earthquake in 1755.

Its current name of Casablanca was given by Spanish traders who established shops there after the Moroccan sultan rebuilt the city as Daru l-Badya. The French took control of the city in 1907, and began construction of the Ville Nouvelle after naming it as a protectorate in 1912. Casablanca gained its independence with the rest of Morocco in 1956.

Today, Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city with a population of nearly 4 million people. Although it’s home to the world’s largest artificial port, there is no ferry service to/from the port, making private air charters all the more convenient.

Fertile lands create one of the agricultural centerpieces of Morocco, and one of its most important exports is phosphate. Other industries include a big fishing and fish canning market, including delicious Moroccan Sardines.

The city is also one of the most liberal and progressive in the nation, where designer labels are the norm and young Moroccans speak exclusively in French to each other.


After your private flight arrives in Casablanca, you’ll enjoy a sublime Mediterranean climate with warm summers, gentle winters, and moderate rainfall scattered throughout the year. Summers are incredible thanks to its location along the the west coast of the Atlantic, providing plenty of refreshing breezes. Summer temps range from 70°F) to 79°F, with a record high of nearly 105°F.

Despite sharing the same latitude with Shanghai and Atlanta, winters here are considerably warmer, with an average daytime temperature of around 55°F, compared to 40 °F in Shanghai, and and 43°F in Atlanta. For the most part, private jet travelers can visit Casablanca year-round without running into any significant weather issues.

Additional Airports in Morocco

Planning on renting a private jet to another city or want to arrive/depart using another Moroccan airport? There are several airports located throughout Morocco, including these popular choices for leisure air charters and business jet rentals to the northwestern coast of Africa.

(GMMX, RAK) Marrakesh Menara Airport – Marrakesh, Morocco

(GMAD, AGA) Agadir–Al Massira Airport – Agadir, Morocco

(GMFF, FEZ) Fès–Saïs Airport – Fes, Morocco

(GMTT, TNG) Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport – Tangier, Morocco

  • Alias: Ibn Batouta Airport
  • Runway: 11,483 feet
  • FBO: Swissport Executive Aviation Maroc
  • Customs & Immigration: Yes

Casablanca Jet Charter Services | Request a Quote

For hourly rates and aircraft availability for your upcoming jet charter flight to Casablanca, Morocco, request a free quote or call us directly at +1-888-987-5387 (JETS).