The flight in question originates at JFK Airport and goes to Dakar, Senegal, every Monday and Wednesday for only $950. The problem is getting out of Dakar. South African Airways does not fly out from Dakar to any other African destination, and there are no convenient connections aboard other regional carriers. And by "no convenient connections" we don't mean a six-hour layover. Try 24 to 48 hours or more to get from Senegal to Chad, CAR or Benin. And the cost can be almost twice as much as going through Europe. In addition to that, there may be added restrictions on traveling with firearms through Senegal. "This flight simply isn't viable for hunting traffic," Wolbrink told The Hunting Report.