Dakar opens new airport

From today, Blaise Diagne International Airport, the new airport of Dakar is in use. 

This airport in the capital of the Senegal, is located fifty kilometers from the city center and will replace all commercial activities of Léopold Sédar Senghor Airport. Léopold Sédar Senghor Airport, will now be used by the army and the air force of Senegal. It is expected that in 2035, Blaise Diagne International Airport will have 10 million passengers per year.

Source: Zakenreisnieuws.nl

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