Closure of Douala Airport for reason of works
(ASKY ) - ASKY, the Pan African Airline here-by inform its passengers that due to rehabilitation works on the two landing runways, the International Airport of Douala will be closed to traffic from April 10 to 17, 2017 between 4am and 11am local time.
The Airline reassure its passengers that all measures are taken to keep the operations of the flights through a close collaboration with the airport authorities by reajusting the flight schedule.
So, the flights of Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Douala to Lome are scheduled to take off at 11:50am. The passengers who have booked the non-stop flights from Douala to Lagos will be protected on the 11:50am flights via Lomé.
The Airlines invites all the passages who booked a ticket on ASKY for a departure from Douala to Lagos and from Douala to Lome (hub) to connect others destinations of its network to contact an ASKY Office or their usual travel agency for the practical modalities.
ASKY thanks you for the confidence and wishes you a pleasant journey on its flights.
ASKY is the Pan African Airline founded by the following regional institutions: the ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID), the West African Development Bank and the ECOBANK Group. Ethiopian Airlines, the partner, also participates in the capital. The Company is a commercial company under private law managed by experienced professionals mostly from Africa.
ASKY currently operates a fleet of a new generation of eight (8) aircrafts, composed of one (1) Boeing 737-800, three (3) Boeing 737-700, and four (4) Bombardier DHC-8-400 (Q400). The company today serves twenty-two (22) cities in nineteen (19) countries on the African continent.