The airline established as an airline on the 2nd November
2000 and is a mixed capital company (€10,858, 944),
with 51% of its shares held by Royal Air Maroc and 49%
held by the Senegalese Government. As a subsidiary of
the Royal Air Maroc Group it benefits from the experience
and know-how of the group thanks to a well thought out
training and coaching policy.
Senegal Airlines' flight destinations are to the airports
in the following cities: Abidjan, Bamako, Banjul International
Airport, Yoff Dakar, Guinea Bissau, Cap Skirring, Casablanca,
Cotonou, Conakry, Freetown, Lagos, Las Palmas, Lisbon,
Lomé, Lyon, Marseille, Niamey, Nouakchott, Ouagadougou,
Paris (Orly Airport), Praia, Tambacounda and Ziguinchor.
The airline is seeking to make a name for itself in
African air transportation and meet the challenges of
the future by attempting to stay on the cutting edge
of safety, punctuality, and customer-satisfaction standards.
It has been a member of IATA since May 2002.
In late 2009, a new airline was announced to replace
Air Sénégal International which went bankrupt. The new
airline will be called Senegal Airlines with a fleet
of 4 Airbus A320 aircraft and 2 Airbus A330 aircraft.
Operations were scheduled to begin in September 2010.
Bertil Harding Highway
Tel no: (+220) 446 0442
45, avenue Albert Sarraut
Tel: (+221) 842 4100