Families traveling to the Sahara will likely access the desert in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, or Tunisia. In Algeria, excursions depart from Tamanrasset or Djanet. Air Algerie, Alitalia, Air France, British Airways, Iberia, and Lufthansa fly direct to Algiers from major cities in Europe and charter companies offer direct service from France (Paris and Marseille) to Tamanrasset. In Tunisia, expeditions depart from Djerba. Tunis Air, Alitalia, Air France, British Airways, Lufthansa, and Swiss fly direct to Tunis. Charter companies such as Tuninter, a subsidiary of Tunisair, offer direct flights from several cities in Europe to Djerba. Tunis Air flies from Tunis to Djerba. The Libyan Sahara is accessed from either Sebha or Ghat. Lybian Airlines, Alitalia, British Airways, Swiss, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines fly to Tripoli. Lybian Airlines flies daily from Tripoli to Sebha and Ghat. Charter airlines offer service between Paris, Brussels, Rome and Ghat. Baharia, Siwa and Dakla in the Egyptian Sahara are best accessed by road from Cairo. Egyptair, Alitalia, British Airways, Swiss, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Iberia, and Air France all fly direct to Cairo. In Morocco, the desert begins in Zagora and Merzouga. Low-cost airlines offer service between a variety of European cities and several destinations in Morocco including Agadir, Casablanca, Marrakech and Tangier. Most major airlines arrive/depart Casablanca and Marrakech only. Travel onward to Zagora and Merzouga will be by bus or car.