Asky : Postponement of the first direct flight between Lome and Johannesburg
(ASKY) - ASKY, the Pan-African Airline, regrets to announce the postponement of the non-stop route between Lomé and Johannesburg.
The new commencement date will be communicated in due time.
As a reminder this flight towards Johannesburg will join the growing ASKY hub in Lomé. Passengers will be able to connect between Johannesburg and ASKY’s entire network in West and Central Africa, including Abidjan, Bamako, Conakry, Dakar, Douala, Lagos, Libreville, Niamey, Ouagadougou and Yaoundé. Passengers in many of these markets will save hours with this new connection over the current schedules offered in the markets.
|KP1201||Monday / Wednesday / Friday / Sunday||Lomé||14 :00||22 :15||Johannesburg||737-800|
|KP1200||Monday / Wednesday / Friday / Sunday||Johannesburg||07 :15||11 :30||Lomé||737-800|
The flight will be operated with 737-800 aircraft, configured with 16 business class seats and 138 economy seats. Tickets can be booked in all ASKY Agencies or your usual travel agents.
ASKY is the pan-African airline that was created by regional institutions: the Bank for Investment and Development (EBID), the West African Development Bank (BOAD) and the ECOBANK Group. ASKY is a commercial company under private law and managed by experienced professionals from Africa.
ASKY the Pan African airline currently operates a fleet of 8 New Generation aircrafts, one (1) Boeing 737 – 800, three (3) Boeing 737-700 and four (4) Dash Q-400. ASKY now serves twenty-tree (23) cities in nineteen (19) countries on the African continent.