Air Sénégal (HC, Dakar Blaise Diagne International) has taken delivery of the first two of five Let 410NGs due from Let Kunovice (Uherske Hradiste) with OK-NGB (msn 5002) and OK-NGC (msn 5003) having been ferried from Uherske Hradiste via Genoa, Alicante, Casablanca Mohamed V, and Gran Canaria to Dakar Blaise Diagne International over the course of March 25-26, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The turboprops are already in Air Sénégal's livery but are still registered in Czechia.

The state-owned airline expects to operate the 19-seaters out of Dakar Yoff-Léopold Sédar Senghor International airport, which is currently a military facility but will shortly reopen to civilian traffic. Air Sénégal plans to serve the recently refurbished airports of St. Louis Ousmane Masseck Ndiaye, Kolda, Ziguinchor, Cap Skirring, Kédougou, and Ourossogui.

Currently, Air Sénégal's domestic network is limited to 2x daily services between Dakar Blaise Diagne and Cap Skirring, served with its in-house A319-100.

The arrival of the Let410s is part of Air Sénégal's fleet renewal programme, which will also see the addition of A321-200neo. The carrier's fleet comprises one inactive A220-300, two A319s, two A321-200s, one A330-900, and two ATR72-600s.