Poland's WZL-1 military aviation works in Lodz on 30 November transferred to the Senegal air force the remaining two of three overhauled Mil Mi-24V attack helicopters. The handover followed the completion of acceptance flights performed by Polish and Senegalese air force pilots.
Following the acceptance, the rotorcraft had their main rotor blades removed and were loaded aboard an Antonov An-124 cargo aircraft operated by Antonov Airlines. The pair were then transported to Dakar.
A first Mi-24 to have been overhauled by the Polish company, and carrying the registration 6W-HCA, was delivered to Senegal in January 2017.
Flight Fleets Analyzer shows the Senegal air force as also operating a pair of additional Mi-35s.