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The vast majority of visitors arrive in Algeria by air. The country is fairly well serviced by local, European and African carriers.
There are two major international airports in Algeria. Houari Boumediene Airport, 17km southeast of Algiers, is the country's biggest and busiest and is served by numerous international airlines. In 2018 a new terminal is expected to open. Algeria's second international airport is Oran's Es-Sénia Airport, which has flights to more than a dozen different North African and European destinations.
The national carrier, Air Algérie (https://airalgerie.dz), has an extensive domestic and reasonable international network, with flights to destinations throughout North and West Africa, including Casablanca (Morocco), Dakar (Senegal) and Bamako (Mali). It flies several times daily to Paris and a number of other French cities and several times a week to London, Frankfurt, Istanbul and Dubai.
Aigle Azur (www.aigle-azur.com), a French airline, has several daily flights to Algiers from Paris Orly as well as services from five regional cities including Marseille, Lyon, Lille and Toulouse. There are two daily Orly–Oran flights and less frequent services to Annaba, Bejaia, Constantine, Djanet, Setif, and Tlemcen.
Tassili Airlines (www.tassiliairlines.aero) is a new, privately run airline with flights to the French cities of Paris, Marseille and Strasbourg.
Departure taxes are included in ticket prices.