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Air Senegal launches flights to Ouagadougou and Niamey

Posted 8 July 2019 · Add Comment

The Senegalese airline pursues its development with two new routes in West Africa.

 Air Senegal is this expanding its network with its new A319 from Dakar International Blaise Diagne Airport. It offers six flights per week to Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) and three weekly flights to Niamey (Niger) since July 1, 2019.

"We are growing day by day by expanding not only our fleet but also the number of destinations in our network. This expansion confirms Air Senegal's positioning as one of the leading airlines in West Africa ", says Ibrahima Kane, CEO of Air Senegal.

The airline serves nine destinations in eight countries. Its fleet is comprised of five aircraft (3 A319s, 2 ATR72-600s and 1 A330neo). Air Senegal will take delivery of its second A330neo by the end of the year.

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