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Casablanca Airport
An airport to match Morocco’s development


Over 7 million passengers

90% international traffic

3 terminals

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We have developed the survey that identifies the current problems at Casablanca airport, as well as the design of the new infrastructures.

Casablanca is the most densely populated city in Morocco with nearly six million inhabitants. 50% of the country’s industrial activity is concentrated in the city, and it is also the financial capital of the Morocco.

As Casablanca has developed, the current facilities at the Mohammed V airport have lagged behind and are no longer sufficient to address the growing demands of passengers and aircraft traffic in the short term.

Data Sheet
Location: Morocco
Client: ONDA (Morocco Airport and Air Navigation Authority)
Execution period: 2011
Market: Airports

Crucial to the Maghreb economy

Ineco has carried out a study to analyse the airport’s current problems, and the dimensions and design of the infrastructures needed to serve the growing passenger demand. Mohammed V airport is crucial to Morocco’s economic activity.

Over seven million passengers pass through the airport and 90% of its air traffic is international, with routes to the Near East, USA and Canada, Africa and the major European capitals.

Diagnostic and functional analysis

Ineco’s team carried out a diagnostic and functional analysis of Terminal 1 which covers a surface area of 40,000 m² and Terminal 2 which currently covers a surface area of 66,000 m².

The project was divided into three phases. An initial phase, in which the situation was analysed and a diagnosis made, followed by a second phase in which the infrastructure needs were determined and alternatives proposed, and a third and final phase analysing the impact which the new development would have on these areas, with particular emphasis on Terminal 1.

Ineco’s expansion studies for the Mohammed V Airport in Casablanca have achieved new facilities able to cope with the future demands of passengers and aircraft.