Transair Senegal’s fleet expands with the imminent arrival of a Boeing 737-300
According to sources, Transair Senegal, the first Senegalese private airline serving Africa, will soon strengthen its fleet with the acquisition of a Boeing 737-300. Currently, Transair’s fleet consists of Embraer, Beechcraft and a Boeing 737-500.
The arrival of the new Boeing 737-300 will allow Transair Senegal to expand its network by serving more African destinations. This expansion comes after the company’s success in launching air services to some West and Central African countries. Transair’s ambitious goal is to cover the entire African continent.