Stratégie «AIBD Hub Aérien 2025»

The strategic plan “AIBD Air and Tourism Hub 2025″ is backed by the ambitions of the Emerging Senegal Plan and the MTTA Strategic Plan. Its mission is to make Senegal the first sub-regional air hub, thus contributing to “the ambition of the PES to position Senegal as an economic and cultural platform of reference in West Africa”.

Blaise Diagne International Airport has major assets such as: the strategic geographical position of Senegal which is a bridge between the Maghreb and Sub-Saharan Africa, a crossroads between America, Europe and Asia thanks to relevant air links. Moreover, Senegal’s political stability, economic growth, the full expansion of the national airline Air Sénégal and good diplomatic relations constitute the basis for the sustainable development of Senegal’s air and aviation network.

The construction of the Air Hub translates for AIBD into a medium and long term vision which is articulated around four strategic pillars namely Traffic Generation, Traveller Experience, Access and Connectivity, Diversification and Outreach of Blaise Diagne International Airport, which are broken down into thirteen (13) strategic objectives and fifteen (15) flagship projects.

Key projects

  • Construction of an MRO Maintenance Centre
  • Strengthening of the airport’s safety and security
  • Construction of a Centre for Medical Expertise for Aeronautical Personnel (CEMPA)
  • Development and sizing of the airport into a passenger HUB
  • Development of a second cargo hangar
  • Development of heliport infrastructure
  • Management, Renovation and Development of regional airports
  • Implementation of modern and digital facilities and creation of a marketplace (Hub Connect)
  • Establishment of a shuttle bus network for the transportation of all airport employees
  • Securing the land perimeter
  • Development of Aéroville’s hotel activity
  • Establishment of a solar power plant
  • PUD and VRD within the framework of the development of a commercial and tourist activity in the Aerotropolis, complementary to the development of Diamniadio
  • Creation of an international academy for civil aviation professions
  • Development of a consulting activity for the monitoring and control of major airport projects abroad
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