Sahel Aviation Services is
• A committed Air Service Provider for the Oil and Gas producing industry, the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service and Resource Sector
• Operations in accordance with the Basic Aviation Risk Standards (BARS), the Aircraft Management Guidelines, (AMG, OGP Report 390) and
the United Nations Aviation Standards, (UN AV STDS)
• Having many years of topographical experience in the Central and West African Regions whilst operating into remote airstrips
• In support of Emergency Response and Relief Operations
• Offering high flexibility in adapting its aircraft configurations for Medical Evacuations and Relief Operations in the shortest possible time
• Efficiently maintaining it's aircraft fleet through it's own approved maintenance organization with 30 years of experience
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Sahel Aviation Service
Initially founded in 1988, and now becoming one of the biggest, most trustworthy and reliable Air Charter and Contract Operators in West Africa. SAS is primarily based out of Bamako Airport, Mali, with a total of 9 highly versatile Beechcraft 1900 aircraft on it's fleet. 7 of which are C series and the remaining 2, D series, with possible upgrades and bigger aircraft joining the fleet in the foreseeable future.
The primary contracts in Mali are humanitarian projects throughout the entire country with the WFP and United Nations. Another being for the resource sector such as gold mining contracts with some of the biggest producers in the world. This includes gold runs, client transfers and executive charters.
SAS is on call 24/7 and flexible to catering and configuration making just about any kind of request possible, from private charters to medical evacuations. The remainder of the SAS fleet is spread over the rest of West Africa at satellite bases such as Dakar, Conakry and Abidjan.
SAS has joined the future of aviation, implementing the "paperless cockpit" initiative by installing Electronic Flight Bags, (EFB's) into each aircraft decreasing the work load and improving work ethic and efficiency.
SAS also has the unique ability to operate out of remote uncontrolled airfields where published approach procedures have not been certified. SAS has developed their very own GPS Visual Guided Approach Procedures for these challenging airfields, making the approaches more accurate and reliable while improving safety, preventing unnecessary diversions, and reducing fuel consumption and flight time, minimizing the cost for the client.