The Casablanca Mohammed V Airport was originally built by the United States in early 1943 during World War II as an auxiliary airfield for Casablanca's Anfa Airport,Mohammed V International Airport (IATA: CMN, ICAO: GMMN) is an airport located in Nouasseur, a suburb 30 km south-east of Casablanca.
It is the busiest airport in Morocco , In 2015, 8,18 million passengers used the Airport,it has a network of approximately 100 destinations served by more than 30 airlines.In Africa, Casablanca airport is between the five busiest airports in the continent.
There are two operative terminals in Casablanca airport: T1 and T2. Terminal 3 is currently out of service.
Terminal 1: Currently is in a renovation and expansion process, planned to finish it in july 2017. It handles arrivals/departures from national and international flights. Its area is 80 000 sqm, The area of duty free shopping mall will be approximatively 5700 sqm.
Terminal 2: it was inaugurated in 2007, its area is 66 000 sqm serves international flights. Most of the in international flights in this terminal are served by Royal Air Marroc.The area of duty free shopping mall is approximatively 3000 sqm.