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Air Senegal begins international flights

Air Senegal has started operating international flights with new services to Benin and Ivory Coast.

The carrier's chief strategy and investment officer Jerome Maillet tells FlightGlobal that the Dakar-based carrier began services to Cotonou and Abidjan on 5 October.

FlightGlobal schedules data indicates that RwandAir, Camair-Co, Kenya Airways and Air Cote D'Ivoire operate between Dakar and Abidjan. The Cotonou-Dakar route is unserved.

Air Senegal began operating flights earlier this year. It intends to inaugurate a Dakar-Paris service next year.

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