I'm going to Morocco in April but managed to miss out on the group flight back on the 18th. I've ended up travelling on my own with a 1 hr layover in Casablanca. This will be my first international flight (other than on the way there obviously) so I don't really know what I'm doing but I gather this is cutting it quite fine! As I don't speak French (or Arabic) I'm not sure it will be obvious where to go when I land in Casablanca, especially as I have no idea how airport connections work, so I was hoping somebody could tell me what I should do/where I should go to make sure I catch my connecting flight!
Casablanca only has one terminal so as long as your incoming flight is not late you should be fine.
Make sure you check your luggage in all the way to your Final destination then you'll only have yourself to worry about!
On your ticket will be the number of your connecting flight, look out for that number on the screens just like in Heathrow/Gatwick. The desk/area you need is usually called "In Transit" and this is more often than not in English. If not, wave the flight number under everyones' noses until someone points you in the right direction!!!!
Don't worry about it, it will be okay. I understand how you feel as I remember the first few times I was out on my own.......It gets easier, all part of the excitement now!
http://www.onda.org.ma/ This is the link to the airport site, click on the Union Jack in the top right corner for translation.
I did this trip a few years ago in February, it was great but the gite was FREEEEEZING!! Take plenty of layers. Hope this helps and you have a superb trip.
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