Senegal Airlines, the new national carrier of
the Republic of Senegal, which is majority owned by the Senegalese
private sector, has signed a letter of intent to purchase four
A320 family aircraft and two A330s.
The airline, which will replace Air
Senegal International, will launch services in early 2010 from its
hub in Dakar to destinations in Africa and Europe.
“The operational efficiency and passenger
comfort offered by the A320 family and A330 will enable Senegal
Airlines to prosper and grow into a major player in the African
Aviation market and become a key partner in the economic
development of our country,” said Mr Karim Wade, the Honorable
Senior State Minister of International Cooperation, Urban and
Regional Planning, Infrastructure and Air Transport for Senegal.
The A320 Family includes the A318, A319, A320
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