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A new A319 for Air Senegal

Posted 7 June 2019 · Add Comment

Air Senegal has just taken delivery of a new Airbus A319 which will serve intra-regional routes such as Abidjan, Cotonou or Conakry.

It is the third aircraft of the A320 family to join the Senegalese airline's fleet. The new aircraft will fly to southern Europe destinations.
 
Air Senegal operates a daily flight between Paris and Dakar with a A330neo since March 2019. It was first airline to operate a A330neo in Africa. It will take delivery of its second A330neo by the end of the year to be operated on new routes in Europe and beyond.
 
Air Senegal currently serves 9 destinations in 9 countries. Its fleet  includes 3  A319s, 2 ATR72-600s and 1 A330neo.
 
 
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