Air Senegal A220-300

That’s so true! I just hope the developers can add this to the livery list and it isn’t fixed yet

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So stunning 😍

I checked and yup, Air Senegal has taken up the canceled Air Vanuatu A220-300 but is leasing it from a third party. Despite deliveries only supposed to commence in 2023, this could mean that Air Senegal will receive their A220 really soon.

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It’s also literally written in the beginning of the video too ^^


I thought it too, let’s hope so, for real

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Via @/nsh.aviation and @/africanaviators_official on IG

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Didn’t Air Senegal use the 339 to Génève or was that a onetimer

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I think it was a one timer.

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It obviously varies depending on demand. On high demand-days they might use the A339 while normal rotations see narrowbodies such as the A319/321 and later the A220-300

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sure! i just thougth i saw it onetime on Flightradar 24

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Another angle from the video of its first flight

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I will be updating the airports with their actual ICAO names, thank you @Ousmane_Ndiaye

They are EGLL/EGKK/EGSS (London airports) , LIMC (Milan), LSGG (Geneva), LFLL (Lyon) and LFML (Marseille)

Thank you for making my life easier

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Btw I just found out its EGSS (London Stansted) of the London Airports
Source

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I’m unable to edit the thread anymore

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EGLL: London Heathrow
EGSS: London Stansted (tbd)
LIMC: Milan
LSGG: Geneva
LFLL: Lyon
LFML: Marseille

These are the airport codes
||thank you @MxP for making my life much easier||

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EGSS (Stansted instead of EGLL (Heathrow) though

It says they are going to use the a321

Yup, but the A220 will be able to fly and substitute all its routes. They already mentioned in another article (sorry don’t have a source at hand right now) that they would use it to at least every destination aside of London

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Makes enough sense for me

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