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Air Senegal extends GSA contract with APG in Ghana, Morocco and Nigeria

Posted 25 October 2019 · Add Comment

Air Senegal has extended its General Representative (GSA) agreement with APG in Ghana, Morocco and Nigeria.

 

“Air Senegal is certainly a very young airline but our national airline has a great ambition and a clear vision,” said Assane Sambe, commercial and marketing director.

“We are in a fast track perspective and are growing day by day, expanding not only our fleet, but also the number of destinations. This expansion confirms Air Senegal's position as one of the leading airlines in West Africa.”

Sandrine de Saint Sauveur, CEO and president, APG added:  "APG is delighted to extend GSA agreement with Air Senegal in African countries as important as Ghana, Morocco & Nigeria. I am confident that our team of professionals in the field will ensure the success of the airline in those markets.”

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