ALSA has recently introduced a new service called “AE Aerobus,” which establishes a direct connection between Agadir Al Massira Airport and downtown Agadir. The inauguration of this line took place on June 23, with the presence of the city’s Wali, the governor of Inezgane prefecture, the general manager of SDL Agadir Mobility, and representatives from the airport command.
The “AE Aerobus” line links the Vallée des Oiseaux interchange hub to the airport, passing through the scenic seaside area. The journey duration is approximately 50 minutes, and the buses operate with a frequency of one hour. The fare for a one-way trip is 50 DH, including tax, and 80 DH, including tax, for a round trip. A dedicated point of sale has been set up inside the airport to facilitate ticket purchases.
The main objectives of this new line are to improve connectivity and mobility within the city and enhance tourism. It is a convenient, affordable, and secure option compared to traveling by car. This service not only benefits travelers but also aids airport staff and workers in the surrounding areas by providing a cost-effective means of reaching the airport and their workplaces.
The buses used for the “AE Aerobus” line are completely renovated and equipped with a designated luggage space and identifiable markings. As part of ALSA’s inclusion policy, two female drivers have been assigned to operate this line.
ALSA has been operating in Agadir since 2011 and manages 42 routes within the city, utilizing a fleet of 201 buses. Remarkably, they serve over 48 million passengers annually.