African carrier Air Senegal has taken delivery of its second Airbus A330-900, nine months after receiving its first.
Air Senegal ordered two of the Rolls-Royce Trent 7000-powered aircraft in December 2017.
It took the first aircraft, the 290-seat MSN1910, in March this year. The jet was subsequently registered with lessor Hi Fly Malta.
The second A330-900 is MSN1932 and bears the Senegalese registration 6V-ANB.
Dakar airport's operator states that the aircraft will be flown to the Senegalese capital on 4 November, to a reception ceremony attended by the republic's president.
Air Senegal also operates Airbus A319s and recently reached a preliminary agreement to take eight A220s.