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A rail link to Alger Houari Boumediene Airport opened along with a new terminal on April 29.
National railway SNTF operates an hourly service from Alger’s Agha station to Bab Ezzouar and the airport between 05.00 and 21.00, with a price of 80 dinar per adult and 40 dinar per child. The journey time is 19 min.
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