Fez-Saiss Airport, also known as Fès-Saïss Airport, is an airport located in the city of Fez, Morocco. It is the second busiest airport in the country, after Casablanca Mohammed V Airport. The airport serves as a hub for the national carrier Royal Air Maroc, as well as several other airlines that operate flights to destinations within Morocco, Europe and Africa.
Fez-Saiss Airport has one passenger terminal with a capacity of around 3 million passengers per year. The terminal offers a variety of services and facilities for passengers, including a duty-free shop, restaurants, and a currency exchange. There are also several car rental companies and taxi services available at the airport for those who need transportation to their destination. The airport is located about 15 km from the city center.
The airport has been undergoing a modernization and expansion project for some time, which includes the construction of a new terminal building, parking lot, and other improvements to the infrastructure. This project will help improve the airport’s capacity and facilities to better serve the growing number of passengers visiting the city of Fez.