UM6P University offers a variety of accommodation options to suit all congress participants.

Our campus is home to a DoubleTree by Hilton, high-standard student accommodations, and we have a comprehensive list of partner hotels in Marrakech. 

A shuttle service will be organized for your convenience, with more details to be shared soon.




Air Travel

Royal Air Maroc is the national airline – created in 1957, it now operates some sixty aircraft serving 99 destinations worldwide, 39 of which are part of the 23 countries of the Oneworld network (joined in March 2020). Royal Air Maroc has massively developed its connections with Africa over the years, with 29 countries served.

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Moroccan Airports Authority (ONDA)


Moroccan Airports Authority (ONDA) is the developer and the manager of the airport infrastructure (18 civil airports), it’s also the air navigation services’ provider in Morocco. Amidst ONDA’s main missions that you might want to know:

  • Processing passengers, air cargo as well as all services dedicated to user’s satisfaction.
  • Developing linking with international organizations and airports to meet the needs of air traffic.

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Business aviation

To help you optimizing your time, ONDA through its FBO Morocco operators SWISSPORT EXECUTIVE AVIATION MOROCCO & JETEX EXECUTIVE AVIATION MOROCCO has set up a new concept of Business Aviation Terminal (FBO), which offers you the opportunity to personalize your trip in an atmosphere combining discretion and efficiency. All a different approach to tailor-made VIP service.
 For more information or reservation requests, please contact the Moroccan FBO operators:


SWISSPORT EXECUTIVE AVIATION MAROC present in the following airports:
 • Casablanca Mohammed V
 • Marrakech Menara
 • Rabat Sale
 • Tangier Ibn Battouta (under development)

JETEX EXECUTIVE AVIATION MOROCCO present in the following airports:
 • Casablanca Mohammed V
 • Rabat Sale
 • Marrakech Menara
 • Agadir Al Massira and Dakhla (under development)


Importation of foreign currency or Dirhams (MAD)

Morocco is subject to foreign exchange controls and regulation. All foreigners visiting Morocco, have the right to freely import foreign currency, without limitations, in the form of banknotes, travelers’ checks, bank or postal checks, letters of credit, debit or credit cards and any other means of payment denominated in foreign currency.
 That said, upon entering the Moroccan territory, tourists have to declare any sum in excess of an equivalent of 100,000 MAD in order to be able to re-export it in part or in full upon exiting the country. Importing dirhams is tolerated within the limit of an amount of MAD 2,000. Importing dirhams in excess of the authorized threshold is a foreign exchange offense punishable by law.


Import Restrictions

Some goods cannot be imported into Morocco.

  • Weapons, including spare parts and ammunition;
  • Narcotics, drugs and any other psychotropic products;
  • Writings, printed matter, cassettes and recorded videocassettes and any other material contrary to morality and public order;
  • Certain plants and plant products likely to be carriers of organisms harmful or dangerous to the national flora;

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As soon as passengers arrive to the Moroccan territory, the Moroccan Airports Authority (ONDA) provide them change services, in several change offices located in both Casablanca and Marrakech airports.
 For more information on available agencies, please consult the following links:

– Mohamed V – Casablanca Airport change offices

– Marrakech-Ménara Airport change offices






The other transport means that comes on handy are taxis. Taxi stations are located at the airports’ esplanades. The fares are posted in the Taxi Parking for all destinations. Bus shuttle services city-airport-city are also provided in Ménara airport.

Information is available in the links below:

Mohamed V – Casablanca Airport transport services:

Marrakech-Ménara Airport transport services: