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Air Senegal SA announces the launch of its Paris-Dakar route

Posted 2 November 2018 · Add Comment

The Senegalese president visited the Airbus manufacturing plant in Toulouse to monitor the assembly of the first A330neo of the national airline.

Air Senegal is ready to introduce its first A330neo in its fleet. The aircraft is being assembled at the Airbus plant in Toulouse.

The President of the Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall, headed a large delegation including Philippe Bohn, Air Senegal CEO, in Toulouse on October 29.

Air Senegal will operate its Rolls-Royce powered A330neo early February 2019.

“This aircraft will be the flagship of our fleet and will enable us to position ourselves as one of the leaders in Western Africa”, said Philippe Bohn.

Commercial operations will start as scheduled between Paris (CDG Airport) and Dakar (AIBD Airport) with a daily flight. Air Senegal will offer its unrivaled quality service, the Teranga legendary Senegalese hospitality, as well as ultra-competitive fares.   

 
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