SIERRA LEONE STARTUP TransAtlantic Airlines, a startup carrier in Sierra Leone, has applied to the U.S. Transportation Dept. for a foreign air carrier permit for scheduled and charter service between Freetown, Sierra Leone, and two U.S. points, New York JFK International and Baltimore-Washington International airports, using wet-leased Airbus A330 aircraft. Flights to JFK and BWI would make intermediate stops in Banjul, Gambia, and Dakar, Senegal, respectively, where passengers would ...

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