The National Pavilion Air Senegal announced that it had obtained the certification IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit).
This certificate delivered by IATA (International Air Transport Association) is a quality mark awarded to airlines after an audit of 1057 control points in eight main areas: quality management systems and securityincluding the organization of the company, the maintenance aircraft, air operations flight, including the training technical and cabin crew, operations groundincluding cargo, air operations control center and safety.
This guarantee of quality and safety will allow Air Senegal to benefit from numerous commercial and marketing advantages such as:
– strengthening the security and safety of operations
– improving the quality of service
– airline recognition
– interline development with other international companies and/or alliances
– commercial agreements (interline, codeshare, etc.) with airlines and international organizations through corporate contracts
-the possibility of becoming a member of the IATA organization (pledge of credibility)
– lower insurance premium
“We are delighted to see Air Senegal taking a new step towards excellence. This certification will allow us to forge important partnerships to offer the best to our passengers. I congratulate the Air Senegal teams who have actively worked and contributed to obtaining this certification.” said the Managing Director, Alioune Badara Fall.
Created in 2016, Air Senegal started its operations in 2018the company aims to become the leader in West African air transport, relying on its main hub at Blaise Diagne International Airport in Dakar to connect Europe, the United States and South Africa. the West. The company’s mission is to serve domestic, regional and international routes in order to contribute to the growth of African civil aviation.
Air Senegal currently operates a fleet of nine aircraft: two Airbus A330-900 Neotwo Airbus A321two Airbus A319two ATR 72-600through a network of 21 destinations which are: Cap Skirring, Ziguinchor, Banjul, Praia, Sal, Freetown, Bamako, Bissau, Conakry, Nouakchott, Abidjan, Casablanca, Cotonou, Douala, Libreville, Paris, Lyons, MarseillesBarcelona, Milan and New York.