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RAM inaugurates the Laâyoune-Rabat link

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) inaugurated the Laâyoune-Rabat route on Wednesday, with two weekly flights.

These flights, which are operated by B737-800 planes every Monday and Wednesday at a fixed price of MAD 800 (one-way), are scheduled at 09.35 am from Laayoune for arrival in Rabat at 11.10 am. As for flights departing from Rabat, they are scheduled at 12:00 p.m. for an arrival at 1:40 p.m.

In addition to the opening of this link with Rabat, the RAM has also reinforced its line connecting Laâyoune to Marrakech by an additional frequency (3 in total) operated every Sunday by B737-800 type planes, at the fixed price of MAD 700 (one way).

The national company thus brings the number of air routes operated on its regional hub of Laâyoune to 8 lines at the rate of 41 frequencies per week, namely 14 flights per week from and to Casablanca (at the fixed price of MAD 800 /one way), 6 flights per week to and from Agadir (at the fixed price of MAD 600/one way), 6 flights per week from and to Dakhla (at the fixed price of MAD 600/one way) and 6 flights per week from and to Las Palmas (at the fixed price of MAD 650/one way).

There are also 3 flights per week to and from Marrakech (at the fixed price of MAD 700/one way), 2 flights per week from and to Rabat (at the fixed price of MAD 800/one way), 2 flights per week from and to Guelmim (at the fixed price of MAD 350/one way) and 2 flights per week from and to Smara (at the fixed price of MAD 300/one way).

For RAM’s CEO, Hamid Addou, the strengthening of air connections to the southern provinces will “undeniably” contribute to the economic and social development of these regions by strengthening their economic attractiveness and enhancing their tourist potential and facilitating the movement of citizens.

“Convinced that domestic air transport is a fundamental tool at the service of opening up territories, we are increasing our efforts with our partners to contribute effectively to the economic and social development of the regions,” he said.

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