French leisure carrier Corsair will cease flying its route between Paris Orly and Senegal’s capital of Dakar after the Senegalese authorities announced they wished to reserve the route for the African nation’s new national carrier. Corsair, part of the TUI Airlines group, will carry out its last service to Dakar on Jan. 31, 2019. It currently operates a daily service to the African destination. Corsair has operated the route since 2012 and normally uses an Airbus A330-300 on ...

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