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Air Senegal's Airbus A330 in Toulouse. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Air Senegal to Fly Direct Flights to Washington DC via New York

Air Senegal has announced it will begin U.S. services connecting Washington, D.C.'s Dulles International Airport with a stopover at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and will be operated twice weekly as of Sept. 22. The airline applied to the U.S. Department of Transportation for exemption authority and a foreign air carrier permit so it can begin scheduled flights. The Senegalese national carrier will utilize its Airbus A330-900neo to complete the 3,830-mile flight between Dakar and New York and…

Air Senegal Adds European Destinations, Reduces African Network

Beginning March 28, Senegal's flag carrier, Air Senegal, will commence flights from Dakar to Lyon operating three times weekly using the Airbus A321. The airline's point-to-point demand in this route totaled 40,000 in 2019. Outbound flights to Lyon will be operated with a stopover in Marseille. The flight will complete…

Air Senegal Plans to Launch U.S. Flights

Senegal's flag carrier, Air Senegal, announced interest in starting flights to the U.S., potentially connecting its capitals with flights between Dakar and Washington DC, as announced last week by Senegal's tourism minister Aliou Sarr, a route that was recently abandoned by South African Airways. During his visit to the Senegalese…