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Air traffic controllers strike at new Senegal Airport, want more training

Air traffic controllers in Senegal on Friday shut down the newly inaugurated airport in the capital Dakar saying they were striking to protect travellers after they received inadequate training before the facility opened this month. The government says the new $680 million airport, which opened on Dec. 7, will help make Senegal a transport hub in West Africa and boost the country’s tourism sector. The head of the company that manages the airport LAS (Limak-AIBD-Summa) said at least 5,000 passengers had

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