Point-Afrique was a short-lived French airline based in Niger, operating flights between France and North and West Africa on behalf of French tour operators, using leased aircraft between 2005 and 2006.[better source needed]
As the name suggests, Point-Afrique concentrated on offering point-to-point flights to remote destinations, such as the Sahara Desert towns of Agadez and Atar.
Over the time of its existence, Point-Afrique offered flight between Paris or Marseille and the following African cities and towns:
- Algeria: Tamanrasset and Djanet
- Benin: Cotonou
- Burkina Faso: Ouagadougou
- Libya: Ghat
- Mali: Bamako, Mopti and Gao
- Mauritania: Atar
- Niger: Niamey and Agadez
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