According to eTurboNews, Equatorial Congo Airlines has launched flights from Brazzaville (Republic of Congo) to Dakar (Senegal), via its existing destination Bamako (Mali).
The route will be serviced by a two-class B757-200, which will be changed to a Boeing B737-700NG with 12 Business Class and 112 Economy Class seats on 1 June.
The airline now connects Brazzaville to 11 destinations – Point Noire and Ollombo on domestic services and Kinshasa (DRC), Libreville (Gabon), Douala (Cameroon), Cotonou (Benin), Bamako and Dakar on African routes. International services connect Congo’s capital with Dubai (U.A.E.), Paris (France) and from there on to Brussels (Belguim).