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RAM launches its base in Laayoune

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) will launch, from June 11, an air base in Laayoune.

The company will deploy an ATR-600 to connect the city to five national destinations (Agadir, Dakhla, Marrakech, Smara, Guelmim) and the Canary Islands (Las Palmas).

In total, RAM sets up 13 frequencies per week, including 10 to Agadir, Dakhla, Marrakech, Smara and Guelmim at the rate of two weekly frequencies for each. Laâyoune-Las Palmas service will be operated three times a week.

Note that prices for the one-way starts at MAD 300 (Laayoune-Smara), the highest price is for the line Laayoune-Marrakech (MAD 700). RAM offers a total of 7 lines and 38 frequencies per week on this regional hub.

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