The north African nation of Morocco may be synonymous with the Sahara Desert. But aside from being the easiest entry point to this vast, natural wonder, Morocco’s rich culture entices the most curious of travellers.

The country is an eclectic mix of deep-rooted traditions, vibrant celebrations and bustling medinas. Top this off with remarkable mountains, exquisite architecture and a delicious array of spices to whet your tastebuds and you’ve got one of the most exciting destinations on the planet.

And what’s even better is that flying to Morocco from Australia is a breeze. In our pocket guide, we cover how you can make your way to Casablanca or Marrakech using points from your preferred frequent flyer program. Plus, we explore how to maximise your rewards when booking accommodation, as well as our top tips for a memorable trip to Morocco.

Flying to Morocco on points

When flying into Morocco, there are two key entry points – Marrakech and Casablanca. Both are major cities that offer plenty of accessibility for international travellers.

We’ve outlined all the options below to fly from Australia to Marrakech and Casablanca with different frequent flyer programs.

Flying Qantas and Royal Air Maroc

Qantas’ Sydney to London route that goes via Singapore is just one of the ways you can fly to Morocco. From London, you can fly with Royal Air Maroc to Casablanca or Marrakech.

Note that there are Royal Air Maroc flights departing from both Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London, so it pays to double-check the airport when booking.

Qantas   &
using Qantas Airways Logo Qantas Points
Economy Business First
Sydney to Casablanca (via Singapore, London) 75,200 188,400 260,700
Qantas Points required are per person, one way. Taxes, fees and charges are also payable and vary by route.

These points amounts are for Qantas to London, plus Royal

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