As part of its strategic plan to connect the major West African cities with Senegal to feed its intercontinental network, Air Senegal has announced that will be launching new four weekly flights to Freetown, Sierra Leone via Banjul effective 2nd August 2021.
Flights will operate four times per week using an Airbus A319 aircraft which offers 12 business class plus 108 economy class seats respectively per cabin class. The days of operation shall be Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and the airline will be permitted to carry passenger traffic on the Banjul-Freetown-Banjul sectors as well.
Flights are conveniently timed to ensure rapid connections in both directions via Dakar to its growing intercontinental network which includes Washington DC, New York JFK, Casablanca, Milan, Paris, Barcelona, Marseille and Lyon.
The published flight schedule is as follows (local times below):
The airline would like to inform its loyal passengers that the available free baggage allowance shall consist of 46KG split across two suitcases (23kg each) for all passengers flying to/from Freetown its entire network via Dakar in both directions including the Banjul-Freetown-Banjul sectors.
Air Senegal has a new frequent flier program called named Teranga Loyalty and the carrier will be announcing shortly mileage points promotions for its frequent flier members across its European network for this summer season.
It is the first African carrier to install lie-flat seats in the business class cabin of narrow body aircraft as both its Airbus A321 planes have this premium product on board.