A new international airport serving Dakar, Senegal will open in the first quarter of 2014, prime minister Abdul Mbaye told the country’s National Assembly this week. Work on the new Aéroport International Blaise Diagne de Diass (AIBD) began in 2007 and was originally targeted for completion in late 2011.  The new airport is being developed at Diass, about 45 km. from Dakar, and will have an initial operating capacity to handle 3 million passengers a year from a single ...

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