West African carrier Air Senegal has signed for Airbus A220-300s at the Dubai air show.
The memorandum of understanding covers eight aircraft for delivery from 2021.
Air Senegal says the aircraft will be delivered at a rate of two aircraft annually.
Air Senegal chief executive Ibrahima Kane (far left) at the signing ceremony in Dubai
Airbus declined to disclose the value of the deal.
Cirium fleets data shows that Air Senegal has four Airbus jets in service: a trio of A319 narrowbodies and one A330 widebody.
The flag carrier also operates a pair of ATR 72 turboprops.